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3-06-2011 @ 8:29AM
When you compare the Goblins and Worgen are both portrayed after their starting zone, the Worgen come up short.Its obvious the devs had a lot more fun implementing the Goblins. They have all of Azshara to level in after their starting zone where the Worgen have to share with NEs.Goblin models are much more detailed and have much more options than Worgen. And the Worgen female is completely rushed and unfinished.
3-07-2011 @ 9:34AM
I'm primarily a Hordie, but I played through both the Goblin and Worgen zones. (Didn't keep either character - my only Goblin now is a DK, going for the guild Classy achieve.)The Goblin zone had some moments that were immensely fun. However, it just went on, and on, and on... Seriously, by about level 11 or 12 I was like, "when are we going to get off this freaking island and on to Azshara?" It got really grindy, really fast.The Worgen zone was a lot of fun from a lore perspective - I played through it pretty much non-stop. It was immersive, interesting, varied... and then it was over. "Grats, you're done. Here's a one-way ticket to the other side of the planet."If I roll a new toon, I'd go with Worgen over Goblin - other than leveling my DK, I'm really not interested in goblins. Maybe an arms or fury (furry?) warrior...
3-07-2011 @ 9:43AM
Umm... that's weird. I wondered what happened to my post - it was supposed to be a regular post, not a reply to somebody.
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