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10-21-2011 @ 5:04PM
I'm so excited, it really is undignified for a woman of 41 years. I'm surprised I'm even coherent, mostly I've been uttering endless streams of "OHMYGODS OHMYGODS OHMYGODS" over the past two hours. The more I hear (I'm watching on the e-ticket thing - yeah, I did break down and bought an e-ticket, and no I'm not going to sleep tonight, lol), the more excited I get. This expansion sounds like the answer to all my WoW-related prayers, EVER. No more need to put every player through the same heroics-5man grind to earn Valor Points (except for my raider main), lots more things to do at top level even for alts, different levelling options, spellbooks cleaned up instead of just more and more added, AND a new continent, race, and class - oh my gods, and have I said OH MY GODS yet??One Troll monk coming up :-D
10-21-2011 @ 5:13PM
I'm watching it too, and I'm a grown ass woman that jumped up and down like a little girl when they announced wands are gonna be main hand weapons now.The only thing I'm mad about is finding the damn space for a Pandaren, and my inevitable blood elf monk.
10-21-2011 @ 5:28PM
*high-fives Kylenne*I just ordered pizza at half past ten in the night. Now I've come full circle and regressed to about 15 years old ;-)I love that Scholomance is getting an overhaul, and Scarlet Monastery - oh yes, and the wand thing too, and I may have to dig out my hunter now that minimum range is FINALLY going to go... I could go on and on but I have to watch the talent changes.Have fun!!
10-21-2011 @ 5:52PM
This 30-something will stand right with ya on being girlish over some really great changes.I didn't think I'd be so keen on Pandaren, but the concept art and screenshots look really good, and the other changes are looking intriguing.
10-21-2011 @ 6:21PM
Im just gonna hang out here with the overly excited women :)
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