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10-21-2010 @ 8:08AM
Exploring the world (...of Warcraft) usually gets me; one of the great things about Hallow's End is traveling all across Azeroth to see as much of it as possible before everything falls down and goes boom. I remember descending into Un'Goro crater for the first time, after the flat deserts of Tanaris, and being amazed at finding this jungle just around the corner. Also: Netherstorm. Just... Netherstorm. I can't wait to do all the quests there for Loremaster, the entire zone is incredible.As for dungeon-based stuff, I can count the first time I downed VanCleef with a PUG, way back in pre-AQ days in vanilla. Five hours to get through the dungeon, wiping and learning how to work together as we went, learning how to play my class in ways I'd never had to learn before. When we brought that bastard down - first try, though the tank did die - it felt like we'd all accomplished something truly, truly epic. At level 19. ^_^Nowadays, with all that I've heard and read about Cataclysm, it sounds like Blizzard has planned all kinds of epic moments for us as we work our way toward level 85. I can't wait.
10-21-2010 @ 9:26AM
I have to agree with you on this one. Just exploring the world.There were moments when I was grinding quests for Loremaster and I had to stop and look around. The world is beautiful, even back in the old vanilla content. The time and effort Blizzard must have put into the game amazes me.
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