Mar 1st 2012 8:42AM Yes it would. The EPICness of WoW is a part of it now. It has not gone away.
Sep 13th 2011 9:29AM To quote Mr. Google, I think the same can apply for playing WoW:
"The web is what you make of it"
I agree with Revna's comment, when we first hit Azeroth, you wanted to explore more than just the paved path to top level raiding, which, imho, created the addictive quality and brought a dynamic to the game that allowed us to become "lost".
Mix it up like we did in the old days, I know Deathwing is coming, but, he'll be there waiting for you as long as you want, trust me.
Aug 31st 2011 9:26AM I think of starting zones as almost a "home sweet home" feeling and in saying that, the Blood Elf and Human areas both give me a sense of "ahhh, back home, time to relax".
Apr 14th 2011 9:56AM Was in college, broke and bored; I opened up my computer when I got home to turn on Warcraft 3 to get my mind off of stuff and my buddy came in and said, 'You know they have World of Warcraft now'. My mind and imagination lit on fire and since then I've been playing on and off. Always have been a fan of the Warcraft series.
Dec 7th 2010 9:53AM Amen brother!