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5-24-2009 @ 11:16PM
@danawhitaker: Well, most of the points are not "get achievement"; they are in sense of "have fun"/"amaze yourself" doing them.Mana Tombs is FUN. It's simple and straightforward, no ridiculous dances or some other shit. Go there, kill stuff mindlessly, have fun. And the dungeon have a good design too, something I haven't found in ANY Northrend dungeons.Black Temple (and thanks Agerath for correcting me) is amazing to the point that you feel you're part of the lore. No bullshit "go there and kill sutff". I reckon it could be a little bit tiring seeing Illidan give the same speech week after week, but at least it isn't the boredom of killing Kel'Thuzad over and over again with nothing changing. When you finish it the first time, you get really amazed with what you saw there.Nothing (and I repeat, NOTHING) amazed me in Naxx. They are so bland and boring it's not even fun. I'm not saying that battle-wise, but... erm... "happening-wise". Blizzard seems to recognize that dungeons and raids are, now, just a bunch of gear running and, thus, they don't need to put anything to amaze people. I'd surely run Black Temple again to see Illidan and his speech again, but in all honestly, the only thing that drives me to Naxx is gear. And only that.Same goes to the Netherdrake, 'cause there is a small bit happening just after you get Exalted.
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