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7-26-2011 @ 10:10AM
There are a few zones that really draw me in with their story lines, visuals and music. The music of a zone hooks right into the zone. I'm one of those (few?) rare (nerd?) types that actually feels uncomfortable if the in-game music isn't on. After five years of playing my wife has finally come to terms with (though has always appreciated) this and has steered from playing Josh Groban while she quests to the in-game music as well.It is then when, on occasions I happen to have my iPhone on 'random song' while in the car, that some of the wow music tickles my thoughts and I visualize where a movie might go. The music of vanilla's STV at night (unsure if it has changed since Cata), Terokkar Forest, Eversong Woods, Grizzly Hills and Western Uldum alone give such scope for the imagination. But above all these, if I were to pick something different from many suggestions so far (and apologies if someone has since suggest this - but I've been working while typing) and believe me, you made it tough as there are a lot of first choice picks already suggested, then I'd move away from the epic scale and focus on a small, perhaps somewhat overlooked people. The Tuskarr.Possibly one of my favorite in-game models, the most fitting of all voice acting, and very, pretty music. I'm sure, hidden away, there is a quiet hero from this race we have yet to discover. A hero in his own right that, while others are fighting gods and titans, he is fighting for a loved one.Call me crazy but I just love the Tuskarr and always feel I should have spent more time with them when I were with them. I think, perhaps, I will fly to Northrend once maintenance is over and say hi.
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