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6-05-2011 @ 5:33AM
TBH, lol. The undeveloped content in WotLK was far greater. Gundrak, Azjol'nerub, the entire blue dragonflight story, the furbolgs in Grizzly Hills, Uthgarde Pinacle which was supposed to be a raid, Crystalsong Forest which was an entire zone with no purpose; not to mention the other potential content, for instance the events that happened in the Nightmare which were chronologically during WotLK (that would have made an interesting raid instead of Ruby Sanctum).The dropped storyline in Cata so far is the Neptulon one mainly. I did not get much closure from Al'akir and felt this connection with the events in Uldum were not shown properly, it felt like yet another raid were we just went to kill him and take his stuff. BWD might be a decent raid, gameplay-wise, but story wise it is superfluous at best. But still there is no real issue of too much content.
6-05-2011 @ 5:29PM
I very uch agree with your comment regarding BWD. It's lore once you're in there, justifying the existance of the boss inside was done very well, and is something that we can all enjoy, but it would've been better if there was a level 85 phase of Searing Gorge and/or Burning Steppes which gives us a reason to go back there.BoT was very well done in this regard. We knew why we were going in there. Yes, Nefarian is Deathwing's son, but when did we find out that he was back? Maybe there was something in Searing Gorge or Burning Steppes, but I certainly haven't experienced it yet, simply because I haven't had a reason to replay the old zones with my level 85.
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