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4-02-2010 @ 2:29PM
There's a lot of nostalgy in those old zones, and as one who only recently began playing again after having done pretty much just classic and only a sniff of TBC and seen even less of WotLK first hand those classic areas still hold a lot of fond memories to me.However, many of the areas changing heavily also deserve it does WoW wish to stand time. Next to the nostalgy factor there's simply many zones I'm rushing through again now simply because they're filled with boring fedex quests and the general design is plain and dull.That's not something Blizzard will be wanting for their game, instead these lower zones should perhaps be even more exciting than the later zones as these are the areas after all in which new people shall get hooked.I'm definitely looking forward to see to what extent all of the content will have changed. Looking forward eagerly here as well :).
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