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4-17-2009 @ 8:46AM
I've seen most everything for the first time through the eyes of my human paladin (now level 77), and my favorites are Stranglethorn Vale, Westfall, The Shimmering Flats, Nagrand, Grizzly Hills and Howling Fjord. My main is as much a spelunker as he is a paladin; always looking for some out-of-the-way place to crawl, hop, or fall into.My only toon I rolled before my pally was a tauren hunter (who I still play occasionally), who introduced me to my all-time favorite zone: Mulgore. I love Mulgore. But around level 11 I had to leave Mulgore, and the next stop was... yeah. The Barrens isn't a bad place, to me (I like fields, prairies, and deserts, personally), just way too big. One place I hated was Durotar. That was a nightmarish zone to me, and I've never gotten a troll or orc high enough to leave there because of it.However, my first trip into Duskwood, with the Night Watch on the lookout for a certain something was an eerie sensation that I'll always remember. Good o'l Duskwood.
4-17-2009 @ 10:12AM
In the good old days when I started playing n (and I still didn't know how it all worked) I looked at Duskwood's riverside from Elwyn's and thougth... That dark forest might be full of Horde enemies ready to attack us at any moment... I had never seen a hordie yet and the feeling was the same as when I played pen & paper RPGs... Great.
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