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11-08-2010 @ 8:11AM
Of the 80-85 zones, I liked all of them although I was a little disappointed in Uldum. Harrison Jones is good as a side-story sort of way, but there was too much of him in Uldum imo. I wanted more of the Ramkahen storyline and more lore about them in general, especially with the build-up to Al'akir and the Four Winds. But I got my lore-fillup and a lot more in the next zone in Twilight Highlands.As far as the 1-60 experience goes, oh boy where to begin? Blizzard has done an absolute bang-up job on the levelling experience, and though I'm just a one-character player (I still don't have a real alt per-se on the live realms), I'll definitely be making multiple alts in Cataclysm to experience the stories in all the zones on both continents. Can't say enough good things about the 1-60 experience, it's leagues above the current live game.
11-08-2010 @ 8:30AM
On the other end of the scale, the zone I am immensely disappointed with is Silithus. Here is a zone that was the Twilight's Hammer hotbed back in Classic and with Twilight's Hammer playing such a big part in this expansion, Silithus didn't get much of a makeover, if any. Sometimes you can't do anything but hate deadlines. :(
11-08-2010 @ 8:41AM
@ Knob: Actually, Silithus is the only zone that hasnt undergone any testing so Im hoping there will be updates to it soon. With a month left Im not sure what the hold up is, though.Source http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=25968836776&sid=2000
11-08-2010 @ 10:13AM
Unfortunately, that list hasn't been updated for a long time. Going by Afrasiabi's comment here: http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=27026862445&postId=270238806331&sid=2000#4 Silithus will not be changed any more.
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