Nov 10th 2010 7:26AM @Knob Agreed 100%!
I'm in the beta too and even though I've played through these zones already, I can't wait to do it again at release.
The thing that really gets me is that; yes, the four new 80 to 85 zones are epic, but they're much of the same collection, kill and delivery quests we've known for years. The level 1 to 60 quests, however, have been interspersed with truly epic quests that, thanks to phasing, change your entire landscape from quest to quest. Anyone who doesn't do the Lost Isles and new Barrens quests at the very least is sorely missing out on an incredible Warcraft experience.
Nov 10th 2010 6:14AM This is really really really lame.
Blizzard have spent all this time working on this incredible new content completely re-doing the old world in an astounding way and they're going to allow immediate race transfers to Goblin/Worgen?
Now all of the try-hards will pay to have their race changed instead of levelling a new char and experiencing all of the truly epic new quest lines. And typically I'd been within that group.
But not this time. WoW is all about the long-game - it's not going to disappear if you don't get to 85 in the first week. There's no need to rush a char to 85 missing out on this incredible new content. Take your time and enjoy it guys!
Oct 17th 2010 7:45PM It does amaze me how with so many other mounts they remove them from the game, but with this one they've made it incredibly easy for anyone to get now.
Damn Blizzard sucks at the moment. I don't know what's going on in their management but I think they must be being sabotaged from the inside.
Jun 8th 2010 8:54AM I think we have to be honest with ourselves about the types of people who play this game. A percentage of them are teenage boys, who, through no fault of their own, have now experience of co-operation. They're superstars in their own bedrooms, with their mommy washing their clothes, making their dinner and just about the most taxing commitment in their lives is to clean their bedroom once a week. They also believe that they are the number one WoW player in the world, so they're certainly not going to listen to anyone else's advice, and if anything goes wrong, there's no way it was their fault. I mean they were there mashing their keyboards to get the highest DPS While not paying any attention to anything else, but that's all they need to do, right!?
This game is so much fun when people work together and that does happen 50% of the time. I'm lucky in that I generally do dungeons with guildies, and if we have a person who's being an ass in the group, we tend to ignore them to a point, and only kick them if they're being really unbearable: we'll tell them why we're kicking them, then boot them and put them on ignore so we never see them again.