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4-20-2011 @ 6:30PM
Not to sound mean...but there's bound to be a few enigmas when you have 12 million people involved in the same activity. :)I think that those that say such things are talking about how well the content was laid out. The questing in TBC wasn't great (I hated Hellfire when I first started), but the way the difficulty and gear progressed from questing -> dungeons -> heroics -> low tier raiding -> etc just had a great balance to it. Beforehand, I would argue that the difference between dungeons and raids (no heroics back then) was a crazy leap that not a lot of people could make. In Wrath, I'd say that the difference shrunk significantly.
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