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8-03-2009 @ 9:04AM
I've recently rolled up a Belf Priest, my first "serious" Hordie. The thing I found is that the Belf starting zones are so much better designed than any other early zones - presumably because the lessons of vanilla-levelling were learned.
8-03-2009 @ 12:27PM
The wonderful Eversong/Ghostlands duo is not the only starter zone to see this in action. If you're an Alliance player and you haven't experienced the joys of questing in Azure/Bloodmyst, you're really missing out. Back when I still actively played Alliance, it was the only way to go for me. My very first character was a Draenei mage and I was so spoiled by the leveling experience there, I absolutely refused to level in any other starting zone.Granted, Eversong/Ghostlands has a slight advantage over The Mysts in that we have a rep faction that gives some damn nice gear for the level (like the blue cloak at exalted that I almost never replace until well into the 40s), and everyone can experience our epic conclusion of a micro dungeon quest chain, whereas the amazing end of Bloodmyst can only been seen as a Draenei. Still, if I rolled a new Ally tomorrow the first thing I would do is get my ass to Azure Watch.
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