View Poll Results: Weakest WoW Expansion

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  • BC

    127 8.57%
  • WotLK

    59 3.98%
  • Cataclysm

    1,075 72.54%
  • MoP

    221 14.91%
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    Weakest WoW Expansion

    in ur opinion, what was the weakest overall expansion?
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    Cataclysm. It felt very disconnected with the different zones here and there, and players want to feel a bigger sense of "place" that cataclysm didn't offer like all the other expansions.

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    Wrath.

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    Cataclysm. Though it did give us Worgen (my favorite race!), so I can't complain too much.

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    Behold, as this thread fills with cataclysm.

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    cata !
    i realy did not like cata ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetardFilter View Post
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    Milk was a bad choice.

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    Cataclysm hate comments incoming guys. :P Its gonna be cataclysmic.
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    Fighting Deathwing's head and arms was an underwhelming end to an underwhelming expansion.

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    Cataclysm....the failed to produced promised raids, and DS was a fairly disjointed and confusing raid, that seemed to be made up of the scraps from the abyssal maw raid. Also we never really got to fight Deathwing. Plus, even though I'm horde, Worgen can't be shaman, and that is just crazy. I mean shaman are all about wolves and worgen are WOLF PEOPLE, and that was the biggest disappointment

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    It's a tough choice between Cata and TBC for me.

    TBC was just kinda weaksauce, IMO. Nothing about it really grips me and pulls me in.

    Cata, the individual areas were well crafted, but each one was basically an island.

    I will go with TBC as the weakest expansion. Cata failed on a collective level, but TBC failed on both an individual and collective level.

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    Weakest in terms of what?
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  13. #13
    it goes Cata>BC>Wotlk>MoP. Cataclysm was by far the best expansion imho.

  14. #14
    Cata. MoP isn't too far ahead though.

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    Wrath without a doubt in my mind. Only era of WoW I've ever even thought about unsubbing.

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    Cataclysm.
    Cataclysm.
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    Cataclysm.

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    Cata. So much of it felt rushed. The reusing of old content instead of making new content. The lack of anything to do at max level. The whole 'hopping though portals into different zones' aspect, and the overall story and character development for several lore characters was off.

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    Not too shocking to see Cata pulling ahead quickly. Honestly, I think 75% of Cata's problems were simply that they sank so freakin' much of their resources into redoing Azeroth, that when they got to the actual content for the expansion left they were forced to scrape together just enough to be satisfactory. It may very well have been the weakest anyway, based on a rather poor final raid tier and confused identity (expansions w/o their own continent just don't make sense), but it sealed the deal by a mile, for me and a lot of others, when they simultaneously wasted so much effort on an excessive overhaul of a dated, but still perfectly functional, Azeroth. Imagine how improved the expansion might have been if they took 50% of that 1-60 effort and added it to 80-85 content. Guess we'll never know, but it seems like the answer in hind sight, and Blizz has pretty much concluded the same thing at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trassk View Post
    Cata. So much of it felt rushed. The reusing of old content instead of making new content. The lack of anything to do at max level. The whole 'hopping though portals into different zones' aspect, and the overall story and character development for several lore characters was off.
    Pretty much for all the reasons he listed.

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