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5-04-2009 @ 8:23PM
Vanilla WoW is the best part of the game. It represents the period in which the designers actually cared about the world, and the game, as opposed to the raids and the loot.I would much rather see the original idea of Vanilla only realms, than some kind of outland/northrend abomination.Maybe it's just me, but the game actually felt more epic, long before I ever got my first purple.
5-05-2009 @ 10:53AM
I absolutely do not believe that. At least not with Northrend. Have you really taken a look at Northrend? It's beautiful. All the little details I think so many people overlook, they really put a lot of effort in to. The birds that rest on rocks and bones instead of just constantly hovering around them. Or even the tickbirds in Sholazar that perch on the horns of animals. The Furbolg city in the fallen world tree, the mist that twines in the trees of Howling Fjord.And they put so much effort in to making the quests new an exciting. Implementing phasing so you really feel like the quest you just did really effected the world you're playing in. Riding on the shoulders of a storm giant, controlling mighty dragons. Fighting a dreadlord beside the leaders of the Horde.Don't get me wrong, I love Vanilla WoW, but to say it's the only time developers cared about the world they're creating is just plain silly.
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