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Alright, So I rarely ever comment on anything. I mainly just browse funnyjunk, but I have to comment on this. I've played WoW since the beginning of Burning Crusade. I was there at the fall of Illidan, Lich King and Deathwing. I understand where many people find this game in a rapidly declining state, but I think Mists of Pandaria is actually shaping up to be a good expansion.
(I know go ahead and bash me) I thought the game had died in the middle of Cataclysm to be honest. I liked the Dungeon Finder early on, but it began to steal away from the community. I quit when Firelands came and returned to finish Deathwing only to find myself feeling disgusted on how we didn't really "kill" him.
But I decided to give Blizzard one more chance. And I'm glad I did, because I understand why they called it "Mists of Pandaria." Not simply because it was shrouded in Mists but because the whole time your killing bosses its leading you towards more of a crucial mystery ending. (Not just Garrosh dying thank god) But finding out how the Panda's have survived and understand that all mighty "sha" are just the breathe of an Old God.
The old community is gone and I feel like it truly won't come back, but in doing so new players have arrived and to be honest it's turning out to be a lot like Wrath of the Lich King (My favorite WoW experience). Yes the reputations are annoying, but if you slow down, turn the music and sound effects on and download a XP bar remover a person will notice they are going on an adventure not just another quest to level up.
I recommend this expansion to anyone you would want to come back. And no matter what anyone thinks I feel like (at least with my guild) I've got a kernel of the past, but also interesting new dungeons and raids to explore. (Throne of thunder and Ulduar are my favorite raids)
Anyway this not only brings back memories but a lot of good times I had and I hope some still feel the same way.
Finally, I used to play with my brothers old account because I was under the age of really understanding what I did, but I played since vanilla and was a hardcore freak for W3 and FT. I loved vanilla, especially the Horde had an awesome community from my experience, I eventually started to understand the game and had fun being a tank in dungeons in tbc. I haven't played since the end of WotLK because of personal reasons, but it was epic all the way through.
WoW is awesome, it brought me great fun. And MoP is full of common sense. There was a questline where you would use Kael'Thas as a hero (this is W3) and he got captured at one point. The quest where you break free you can unlock a bonus quest where you unlock the 'Pandaren Brewmaster' for the next quest. Which is a real boost. It was only a matter of time before they would incorporate the Pandaren in WoW, but I am not sure whether they did it in the best fashion.
The Pandaren are special, they should be a race which you cannot play as, so that people are astonished by them. But that wouldn't fit in for the community.
And I think that WoW is going on for too long now, eventually the only thing that would be left is to fight the titans, and that is going to be rediculous.
If anyone tells you WoW is boring when you hit max level, they never hit the real game. The raiding and grinding is so tiring, but the feeling of euphoria you get when your loot finally drops and you get it is worth it all. The strategies you have to hold on to are mad. The game is definitely awesome.
And if you are going to slate the graphics, go **** yourself, WoW is meant to be an MMO, thus worse graphics for a greater audience. And the game is still based on mechanics from about seven years ago.
The game is awesome to the extreme. WoW is definitely worth a big 8/10.
But if you have a ****** up guild or are extremely unlucky, you might find the game feeling like a 5/10.
Final verdict -> AWESOME GAME, GO PLAY.
Theya re going to kill off Garrosh Hellscream!?
Thank ******* God!
Where do I sign up?!
They are also in the next expansion redoing all the models (The ones we play).
If I'm completly honest with you. what I want them to do is update all the quests in Outlands and Northrend, like what they did in Cataclysm. no offence but I keep quiting once I reach level 60 because I can't be bothered to go through that huge drag.
Apart from that, well voice acting would also be nice, like for quests and stuff.
End-game raid boss will be Garrosh for both the alliance and the horde.
I really like MoP. I started playing WoW right before BC, and I have to say that I haven't complained about anything, really. I just get the expansions as they come and follow the new stories and try out all the new content. I don't really criticize WoW very much because it's my favorite MMORPG, and I don't think I could ever hate it. I bet if I sat here for awhile and thought about it, I could probably think of some things, but really it's just a game and I enjoy playing it.
At the start I liked Pandaria, but now I cannot bring myself to play it
Dungeons are ******* horrid, I didn't mind Cata dungeons, they were all different and fun, but Panda dungeons are so ******* boring and a time waste, you just do scenarios until you are geared for LFR and then do LFR, like all 6 of them with dailies in between weekly reset
They really ****** up end game for panda's with making dungeons redundant...
I saw you had a downvote and I thought I might try to balance you out. You've got a point "certain" dungeons are boring but maybe you haven't gotten to the real meat of the game. I mean LFR (while it can be stupid) is really fun and enjoyable once you actually TALK to the people.
Casual PvE has been ruined since Cata. Do dungeons until LFR, do LFR until pugs, do pugs until you may get accepted into a guild. It's just boring as ****. And for what? Gear show off? In PvP you can atleast show off skill rather than dedication (to actual players) when still on a casual level.
I love raiding with my guild. We have to pug sometimes since our guild isn't very big, but every one of our pugs always comments on how fun are raids are. We laugh over vent and have a good time, and kick ass.
Raiding is fun, when you have friends to play with that make it fun and an experience, instead of "get loot" sorta thing. Fun raids are the raids you go to, and you may not get anything but you still had a good time. I remember the first time I did Tortoros with a couple of my friends, and we kept laughing so hard because of all the ******* bats and turtles. Also, in Cata we'd often wipe on Ultraxion, but we ended up just blaming it on ysera's ass because... holy god she has a nice ass.
All in all, find some fun people to play with and WoW will never get boring.
Pic related- first day of Oondasta. Had a blast, even if I never got to kill him.
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