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4-21-2010 @ 8:28PM
I don't bother with lore... I okay because my Friend said Wow was fun.I remember the Bronzebeard stuff and thinking "WoW, Screenshot!" at the time, and both the Hodir and Temples thingys were fun... Ulduar or whatever.One thing that did strike me as odd was the Wrathgate. I appreicate it's special... but having to do so many quests as a precursor (just to activate it) seemed silly when people might not do all of Dragonblight. I mean, in one light you can either go Borean >> Dragonblight (Miserable and Cold) or you can go Fjord >> Grizzly (Awesome and Beautiful)... so why they didn't just make the Alliance and Horde caps by the Wrath Gate quest hubs, I don't know.. I think a lot of people will have missed out.Things can be epic without being 14 hours and 20 quests in the making...Just look at Tier 9.0!
4-21-2010 @ 8:29PM
play because* Ulgh.WTB EDIT BUTTON
4-21-2010 @ 8:41PM
"mean, in one light you can either go Borean >> Dragonblight (Miserable and Cold) or you can go Fjord >> Grizzly (Awesome and Beautiful)"Not without heirlooms, or maybe if you do both starter zones. And the Wrath gate was so well known before heirlooms that nearly everyone did it. Not everything has to be epic but it is nice to occasionally have a big epic moment that you have been working towards, it gives non-raiders some of the feeling that raiders get. And TBH Wrath gate and the Thorim encounter require only a few hours of questing.
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