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10-26-2011 @ 5:25PM
Oh, I have a pretty good idea of why you love the first half of Uldum and avoid the second half. And trust me, I do the exact same thing.I really have enjoyed the revamp to the 1-60 experience. I recently leveled up a night elf from 1-85. This is the first Alliance character I've ever gotten passed level 15. I had so much fun going through Darkshore, then Ashenvale, then Stonetalon with her. And I really did find myself shaking my head at a lot of what the Horde was doing. That experience actually gave me more insight into being able to roleplay on my Horde druid than I thought it would. I've enjoyed the Horde side of things as well. I took a forsaken toon through all of their starting area, then onto Silverpine, then Hilsbrad, then both Western and Eastern Plaugelands, and it was some of the most fun I've ever had questing in WoW. I highly suggest people check that out, even if they don't usually enjoy the Forsaken plot. I didn't really either, but after going through those zones, I can honestly say they were my absolute favorite experience of the Cataclysm expansion.
10-26-2011 @ 6:19PM
I'm going to second your specific appraisal of the undead leveling experience. Each zone was fantastic in a wildly different way. I notice you omitted both Arathi and the Hinterlands- and I understand why! Arathi was a little short and Hinterlands not so much fun, but the rest was a legitimately good gaming experience.I will typically admit that wow is "bad, but scratches an itch," but those zones were a legitimately good gaming experience.
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