I've just created account to create this topic, but I'm a reader for few years
I'm thinking about coming back to WOW. I stopped playing during WOTLK (before ICC), but from that time kept in touch by regularly visiting this site and gamepedia, so I'm aware about changes, lore, etc. I'd like to get some opinions and advices.
So basically now after 6 years I'm thinking to come back for Legion, my question is - is it worth it?
I'd like to go through all the story ingame that I missed since I stopped playing, but my concern is if it is possible or if these quests, etc. were removed with new expansions? Also with leveling so fast (if I understand correctly from 80 -> Hyjal -> Deepholm -> Jade Forest -> WOD)I'm afraid I will not be able to go through all of it during leveling, I feel like I missed so much to be able to catch up (not to mention gold, if I remember correctly, I have maybe 15k lol) and that it will not be the same as if I played during that specific expansion How difficult is leveling from 80 - I played free till 20 and I was two hitting mobs, is this thing also from 80?
For Legion my concerns are for example dynamic zones - doesn't leveling feel monotonous, like all the same, when wherever you go, in all zones creatures adapt to your level (so enemy is always for example 80% of your power)? Can you feel progress? I'm also afraid of class changes, from what I read / see it feels like direction is towards more homogenization, less abilities,... Also those big numbers are little scary for me (HP, dmg in M) - aren't they more difficult to perceive in comparison to lower numbers (I remember amounts in tenthousands)?
Can you still have the feeling of adventure from the game? My view from all the information I got is that it feels like too fast, like game is "throwing" everything on you - roflstomp through this pack of mobs, through these quests, through this zone, easy items,..
So any advices please?
Disclaimer: all my information is from reading updates, changelogs, forum, watching videos,.. so there might be discrepancies