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3-25-2010 @ 8:12AM
I feel bad for you! Mulgore is on of my favorites as well; I love westerns, and it feels like I'm in one when I'm there.Hopefully you'll see the best Azeroth has to offer.On a side note, the zones I'll miss the most will be the Western Plaguelands. I loved that place, and now its getting all unplagueified. :(
3-25-2010 @ 8:21AM
My first char was a Tauren. From the first time I logged into the game I was in love with Mulgore. Scholazar Basin was a good competetor but Mulgore has been my favourite zone for almost 3 years now.Mulgore 4 life! :_)
3-25-2010 @ 8:26AM
Yeah. Mulgore just has this natural beauty that isn't in most zones. I think Nagrand does a great job as well.
3-25-2010 @ 9:06AM
"Moo. Are you happy now?"... yeah, I'm happy enough. I just started another cow in my favourite zone :-).
3-25-2010 @ 9:21AM
I honestly cannot see why anyone would like Mulgore; it's empty and almost as barren as The Barrens.I hate the damned place with all it's endless pre-mount running across empty fields.
3-25-2010 @ 9:29AM
@xxxsnowflamexxxYeah Nagrand is probably my favorite. Luckily it isn't getting changed, lol. I started playing in vanilla, but never reached endcap until BC and I remember that the first thing I did when I hit 70 was go straight to Nagrand and work on Kurenai rep for my Talbuk ^.^
3-25-2010 @ 9:57AM
Same! I loved that place. Oh, and about Mulgore, I just think it's awesome. I know its big, and barren, but its much better than the barrens. I just like the native american influence.
3-25-2010 @ 11:54AM
I was one of the many that braved the cold the night of BC release. I went home and stayed up till 3A running through all the new zones on my ram. My favorite zone of that initial inspection was Nagrand. I "slow leveled" my first toon in vanilla and have many memories from that time. Even though it was a gankfest, STV was probably my favorite in vanilla.
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