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8-09-2011 @ 11:40AM
I will admit that I groaned when I first heard this title, but after reading comments like Noyou's and Daedalus's, I'm warming up to the idea.I've often thought that it would make sense if there were another hemisphere on Azeroth that we're not aware of yet, and it would be neat to visit new continent this way. This could give us again the totally alien-feeling world that BC did, along with the expansive beauty of Northrend. I will completely admit that I love Northrend more than any other place in WoW, and I *really* miss the connected beauty and theme of the place, especially compared to how scattered the new zones in Cataclysm feel.I completely understand why the zones in Cataclysm are the way the are. With the old world revamp, they couldn't exactly just throw in a whole new continent as well, and I think they did an okay job of integrating the zones, especially Twilight Highlands, Hyjal, and to a lesser extent, Uldum. But what I really want to see is a whole new area with a storyline that flows throughout the zones. I hate that Cataclysm zones feel so containted and don't relate to each other as you progress. I miss the storylines that stretch across several zones and build towards something really big. Yes, I'm thinking of Wrathgate.So yeah. After having some time to mull it over, I'm much more okay with this idea. I think the name is a little silly, still, but really, the name doesn't matter as much as the content. And if they content has us exploring all new parts of Azeroth? That sounds pretty exciting to me.
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