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10-26-2011 @ 6:37PM
For me, I really liked the Vash'jir and Hyjal quests. They are both linear, but have fantastic stories. Hyjal was more triumphant and vast, introducing very important characters and really making you feel important just by being there. Vash'jir felt smaller and less important in the grand scheme of things, but infinitely more personally significant as it was an all-out fight for your life, while also introducing a large, previously unknown conflict and how you interact with it.Following that, Uldum, Deepholm, and Twighlight Highlands felt rather insignificant by comparison. Especially Highlands, speaking as Alliance.I think people make valid points about criticizing end-game content for Cata, but as a whole I think it was a really strong expansion that helped tune up the foundation and structure of WoW, something you cannot appreciate just playing 80-85. I view it less as an expansion and more as a massive update the game really needed.
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