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6-16-2009 @ 5:49PM
I have noticed some new things and have started to see different kinds of players. There are those that are happy with the new content, and those that are happy with every new change - because those are the changes they wanted. They care about the new things and want to have their alts do all the new stuff too.Which will quickly be the same ten levels over and over again, in my eyes, doing the same thing again, and again, and losing interest. Perhaps not to them.Then again... Since the release of WotLK (and I think this has to do with the removal of Naxx60), I've also seen many players who were redoing the Old Raids and who were enjoying the old content, who were nostalgic and kind of sad that Blizzard were actually betraying and abandoning their game world, their old story, their old world, just so that some of the players, perhaps most of the players, get everything faster and so that their new stuff is visited more.There is old stuff too, and there is good old stuff too. Personally, I've never liked any instances so much than the old world instances (Maraudon for the win, I'm telling you), and I'm sad that so many people will now rush through these zones because they have their mounts at level 20 (seriously, that's like JUST starting the game) and quest and grind to the end, while I will not find any proper groups for my favorite instances.While these changes make me happy in a way (I know I've cursed the fact that a new alt made me have to WALK again) and while they must please all those alt-levelers, I feel plenty of new people might be a bit confused by it all.
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