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2-16-2011 @ 8:16AM
Even though I am Horde now, I've always thought the Night Elf zone music was beautiful. My very first character was NE, so I was listening to that while learning the first 10 levels of the game and becoming enchanted with World of Warcraft.
2-16-2011 @ 8:25AM
I agree with you here.I think a lot of us started out with Night Elf characters, for whatever reason. Teldrassil has a nostalgia that will never be forgotten. The music and scenery there still bring me back to that time when I first logged in to the game.I've been Horde for years now, but I still have a deep fondness for the Night Elf starting zone just for the memories that it invokes.
2-16-2011 @ 9:30AM
Most of the Night Elf music is really good. I love the music that plays at Maestra's Post in Ashenvale now.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrSzzSbjelw
2-16-2011 @ 1:18PM
@StrazI think this is BY FAR one of the best Battle themes in the game. The first time I heard it it really pumped me up and got me in the "I must have revenge" mood (I'm NE).Everytime I hear this song I get goose bumps for its epicness *_*
2-16-2011 @ 1:40PM
Night elf music for me too. The one piece reminds me a little of Enya. Second is the music in/around Azuremyst. When I first started playing I didn't listen to any music but the sounds of wow. Later when I did start listening to the radio I would turn it off when I went there for any length of time. I also agree that the music in WoW is pretty awesome. I know they can't make original music for every single zone but it kind of bugs me that they play the Argent tourney music now at light's hope chapel. Ironically I like how they play Icecrown music in the rest of EPL.
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