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8-13-2011 @ 9:22AM
I am actually the opposite of most of the posters. I feel the general decline in actually having to participate in general world activities. I get out and do things, but that brings it into even more stark contrast since there is no one around in the world. People do their dailies, dungeons and raids. The world is empty and alone and the quests I feel, by and large, and dry and just the same old same old. I miss epic world spanning questlines. All this crap daily questing centered in one small area helps to make the world feel that much smaller. Quests like the scepter of the shifting sands really opened up the game world and how it felt. I loved that feeling. Too bad we won't ever get that again. Just more daily questing hubs and more instances.
8-16-2011 @ 5:19AM
Pretty much this. World PvP is dead for years, but nowadays world as a whole is dying. I mean, come on, I recently rolled a rogue on opposite side just for the kicks of it. In 3 days I managed to do ~5 quests and I'm level 60 already (battlegrounds and instances). So much for all the new content - I can barely keep up my mining and herbalism, let alone have any time for questing or, heavens forbid, just exploring altered zones. Over the years Blizzard has created a vast world filled with many a wonder and many more still a story. However, it took less than a year to shrink that world to a mere zone of dailies, battleground or an instance. Personally, I don't like dungeon finder, I don't like dailies and I don't even like battlegrounds. I would really like the open world, if it wasn't...Devoid of life. Irrelevant.
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