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5-04-2009 @ 8:07PM
I completely disagree I would rather see them remove levels 60-70 cause the worse place to level is the Outlands. I really enjoy leveling in the Old World and I play on a PvP server.
5-04-2009 @ 8:10PM
As the quest says "Outland sucks!".I usually stay in the old world until level 63-64 (depending on how many instances I did and how many good quests I have left), then move to Outland, quest in Hellfire and Nagrand and then I go to Northrend.
5-04-2009 @ 8:56PM
Agreed, I actually really enjoy a lot of Old World leveling. Although I'm tired of the first 20 levels or so, I'm filled with nostalgia and excitement whenever a new alt gets to someplace like Stranglethorn Vale. (I play on a PVE server, so that might be part of why.) With the bonus shoulders, it goes about as fast as I would like, anyway. I haven't felt a need to get a second account and do RAF because I don't like to feel like I'm struggling to NOT level to avoid my quests going gray.Outland is a drag for me though, but it goes pretty fast now.
5-04-2009 @ 9:44PM
Wait -- Whats wrong with Outland? Outland is great -- every alt I've made has hit Outland as soon as they dinged 58. A wonderful change in scenery, better quests, faster dungeons, everything about Outland is awesome. But I guess its just a matter of opinion.
5-04-2009 @ 11:30PM
Bah. I'm calling this trolling or just a weirdo. Go to Silithus and count the people there. Go to Hellfire Peninsular and compare.
5-05-2009 @ 4:09AM
I agree, Outlands is much more dull to level in than the old world.The reason you see more in Hellfire than in Silithus might also be because Hellfire is the only starting zone in Outlands, but Silithus is one of four possible end zones in the old world, and definately the least populated of them.
5-05-2009 @ 2:10PM
Outlands is a tricky place. Some areas were PITAs, while others were enjoyable. I did not like Hellsfire Pennisula much, but I did like Zangalar Marsh. Maybe it was the colouring, the red background in HP didn't do it for me, but Zangalar was a calming blue and I liked traveling around it.
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