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4-02-2012 @ 8:15AM
I've always stopped and admired the scenery while playing WoW, right from classic and through every expansion. Blindly completing quest after quest without reading the quest text and rushing to the level cap can really put a dent in your fun. Actually reading the quest text, soaking in the atmosphere of the zone you're in, and just looking around the environment can really draw you in. Not to mention the sounds....from the music to the little ambient sounds, Blizzard always does a terrific job of making you feel like you're in this other place.Having seen a few beta livestreams (including Wowinsider's Pandaria run-through, that was awesome btw! Need more! :P) and lots of screenshots and videos, it makes me kinda sad that I'm not experiencing it at this moment since I don't have the beta, but I also know that experiencing it for the first time when the expansion does go live will be great. Can't wait for MoP to go live, it looks to be quite the visual and aural treat.
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