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3-04-2012 @ 8:07AM
Lately I've been playing without music, with the ambiance turned way up. I find that far more immersive.But, don't get me wrong, I think WoW's music is spectacular. Silvermoon and Grizzly Hills probably have my favorite music, over all.
3-04-2012 @ 8:22AM
My vote is also for "Totems of Grizzlemaw" (grizzly hills). Its beautiful and fits the zone perfectly.
3-04-2012 @ 8:39AM
Grizzly hills and howling fjord. ICC is good, too.
3-04-2012 @ 10:43AM
I agree with Grizzly Hills. "Totems of the Grizzlemaw" is an amazing composition. I've got that on my iPod and listen to it over and over when I need to calm down from the stresses of work.
3-04-2012 @ 12:01PM
Grizzly Hills and Storm Peaks win for WotLK, no question.
3-04-2012 @ 1:48PM
Errbody loves Grizzly Hills. But for some reason, I don't see much love for some of the underappreciated gems found in the revamped EK and Kalimdor zones. Specifically, this amazing little ditty: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54lhi3hBn2sEven MORE specifically, 0:23 to 0:45If that DOESN'T give you goosebumps or even a slight urge to cry, then you're doing it wrong.
3-04-2012 @ 2:10PM
I love the Night Music from Grizzly Hills. I think Blizz did an excellent job of setting the atmosphere up in Borean Tundra, Grizzly Hills and Howling Fjord: these are the 'natural' zones of Northrend, the wild areas that haven't really been tampered with, and they demonstrate the raw beauty of Northrend... which made it feel so unfortunate that Northrend had that unfortunate blight of the Lich King in Icecrown.Flying over Borean Tundra or riding through Howling Fjord and Grizzly Hills still takes my breath away, even though I have 5 85s (and a lv 83). Even though the Cataclysm zones were richly detailed in their own right and lovely, none of them give me the same feeling.
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