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4-27-2010 @ 9:33AM
I'm going to agree completely. I first came into WoW late in BC, so my first raiding experience was in Wrath-era Naxx. Finishing off Kel'Thuzad was pretty dang epic as far as I was concerned. Ulduar? That was a place of grand splendor. Working my way to Mimiron left me with that sense of awe and wonder, and working my way down to the General, seeing the decay, left me with a sense of fear and anticipation. Perhaps there's just that cynicism and jadedness that comes with experience . . . familiarity breeds resentment and such.
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