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6-25-2010 @ 1:13PM
I chose Badlands because of how little attention it gets (I usually skip the damn place) and how much it's going to change. Maybe throw in some Uldaman runs with it too so we can read about some interesting Titan related adventures.As for the other two polls, eh it was a tough choice. I just chose Druid and Questing. It's not like you can't do the Midsummer bonfires while in a new zone, plus you get experience for dancing at the poles. :)
6-25-2010 @ 1:32PM
Naa, have to go with Desolas. No one ever goes there anymore.
6-25-2010 @ 1:43PM
There's a reason for that, Guru... http://twentysilver.blogspot.com/2010/04/desolate.html
6-25-2010 @ 1:52PM
@guru and sam/disagreeDesolace is awesome; it's literally one of my favorite zones. But I chose Feralas because it's also one of my favorite zones, and more appropriate for level 40+
6-25-2010 @ 2:08PM
Also, Feralas has some great perks for Horde-side toons:* the Sprite Darter Hatchling pet is obtained by grinding faerie dragons* the muisek questline has some great blue weapons as final rewards... the one-handed axe is especially great for rogues
I've hit Desolace up many times while leveling, there are a surprising amount of quests there, you just have to know where to look. For example, on Horde the Burning Blade mobs in Thunderaxe Fortress drop an item to start a quest. There's the Argent Dawn quest giver at the Ethel Rethor tower for both sides. And both sides have quests that start in cities and lead to Desolace that result in chains. I know how bad the zone is when you had to quest without a mount, but now that you can get your 60% at level twenty, it's not so bad. It just takes some careful planning and doing quests in a certain order so you can do a bunch at a time.And yes, I always feel the need to defend the zone. There are worse out there.
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