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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  1. #201
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    Aehm, where is this Poll Option, "i like all expansion"

  2. #202
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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.
    Agreed. Most of the zones were just not memorable.

    I can still tell you what I did in Nagrand or Netherstorm, but I don't even know anymore what I did in Deepholm or Twilight Highlands.

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    Yeah, Cataclysm was the worst; it just lacked effort, polish and imagination with an audience who felt that lack. MoP has also lacked something, but you can't say Blizzard haven't pulled out all the stops to make the game more interesting again. That said, the more casual players who build communities have simply been chased away by brutal raid difficulty and the smashing up of more communal practices.

    It's interesting that Wrath is the least disliked (not to be confused with the favourite, though I'm sure it'd win that poll assuming it happened); not even TBC, the so called golden age of the game, can get less "no votes" than Northrend.

    I just wish Blizzard learned that fact at the time, but a new and less talented development team didn't help.

    Oh, well.

  4. #204
    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    You don't seem to quite understand the issue at hand about fictive and made-up things.
    Of course everything in WoW is artificial and therefore made-up. But you need to accept that there are people who enjoy good gameplay even though the lore around it is pure garbage.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    How about you maybe, just MAYBE, accept the fact that your apparent emotion-driven projecting is shooting on walls rather than getting into any point?
    If anything is emotion-driven then it's probably your statement about people who liked ToC should get their heads chopped off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsOk View Post
    Aehm, where is this Poll Option, "i like all expansion"
    It wouldn't be relevant; the question is which you liked the least.

  6. #206
    Quote Originally Posted by Granyala View Post
    Agreed. Most of the zones were just not memorable.

    I can still tell you what I did in Nagrand or Netherstorm, but I don't even know anymore what I did in Deepholm or Twilight Highlands.
    While I voted for Cata it did have one of the most fun zones ive ever done. Uldum, the rolling ball of death killing gnomes was just priceless.

  7. #207
    In my honest opinion Cataclysm was the worst by far, the others were good.

  8. #208
    Quote Originally Posted by Efrye View Post
    Of course everything in WoW is artificial and therefore made-up. But you need to accept that there are people who enjoy good gameplay even though the lore around it is pure garbage.
    May I ask you again, what are you rambling about acceptance? By now you should see in which light ToC is with sub-par implementation when you can only bring up one good thing which it by itself is only stable through kin -rationalizing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Efrye View Post
    If anything is emotion-driven then it's probably your statement about people who liked ToC should get their heads chopped off.
    Yeah, addressing irrelevant strawmen isn't totally that... owait

    So, uh, stop projecting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trassk View Post
    yeah, see the developers just flipped you the finger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khalltusk View Post
    While I voted for Cata it did have one of the most fun zones ive ever done. Uldum, the rolling ball of death killing gnomes was just priceless.
    That and indiana jones was good too even the Führer goblin
    Uldum was definitely epic.

  10. #210
    Deepholm must be one of the most depressing places ever in wow. Everytime I have to go to level there, it just makes me sad.

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    The funniest part about this whole thing is, during these expansions:

    TBC - nostalgia started to kick in and everyone said how much better vanilla was

    WOTLK - nostalgia kicked in and people said how they missed TBC

    Cata - "nostalgia" kicked in and people started saying how good WOTLK was

    MoP - The vast majority still dislike Cata

    I think it really does speak volumes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cle View Post
    Deepholm must be one of the most depressing places ever in wow. Everytime I have to go to level there, it just makes me sad.
    Deepholm, hellfire, howling fjord are one of those areas I really hate while leveling. Thank god for borean tundra that allows me to bypass atleast one area.
    Not to mention all the world pvp heroes in honorhold and thrallmar that think they are pro.
    Last edited by Of-the-horde; 2013-08-21 at 11:56 AM.

  13. #213
    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    May I ask you again, what are you rambling about acceptance?
    It was only about you having a problem with FOUR levels of this single raid. Get used to it, that's how things work these days. This is what you should accept, nothing else.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    By now you should see in which light ToC is with sub-par implementation when you can only bring up one good thing which it by itself is only stable through kin -rationalizing.
    My points might be summed up under "gameplay" but there's more behind this. The raid offers good boss mechanics and has no annoying trash, which results in a quick raid that provided a lot of fun during that time. Furthermore, what would have happened if they didn't release it? You know how much time would have passed between Ulduar and ICC? It's purpose was to fill the wait-time while Blizzard still needed a lot more time to polish ICC. And as that, it was a nice raid for a change that didn't require several hours (or raid days per week for some guilds) to clear.
    And while I may only have one point that speaks for this raid, you only have the setting/lore against it. But tbh, I prefer raids that are actually worth playing over most modern raids that might come with a nicer setting and a more cohesive lore but are crap in terms of boss mechanics and amount of trash packs. The only good raid in the last 2 expansions that comes up in my mind that really is worth playing in every aspect is Firelands.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    Yeah, addressing irrelevant strawmen isn't totally that... owait
    You only proved how biased you are in your opinion. Therefore the whole discussion is pointless anyway. I will leave you with this now.

  14. #214
    Cataclysm no doubt, I only played it for about three months total.

  15. #215
    Quote Originally Posted by Efrye View Post
    You only proved how biased you are in your opinion. Therefore the whole discussion is pointless anyway. I will leave you with this now.
    You keep repeating your vague relation of like-minded people, to one feature with fixation and then you dare to call me biased? Good luck in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trassk View Post
    yeah, see the developers just flipped you the finger.

  16. #216
    Cata.

    MoP made me quit but I appreciate the effort they put itn.

  17. #217
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowJester View Post
    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.
    Really? I had the best times in the first 2 tiers of raids in Cata. While I generally dislike Cata a lot, I really liked BWD/HoT/TOFW/Firelands.

    The rest was meh that I grant you.

  18. #218
    Quote Originally Posted by Kasami View Post
    You keep repeating your vague relation of like-minded people, to one feature with fixation and then you dare to call me biased? Good luck in the future.
    You only had one point too and have already proven your biased character before this discussion even started. Besides that, you didn't do anything else than trying to let my opinion look worthless.

  19. #219
    Quote Originally Posted by Raqubor View Post
    Strange how we can have such different opinions. I think MoP has the best quest content so far (I have 5 level 90s), not to mention all the non-raid activities. Yes, Heroics are too easy, but in their place, doing Heroic Scenarios with 3 DPS is a good challenge. I even wish they added more daily zones.
    I still think you didn't even bother to get in to the story if you think it is bad. They created a living world compared to other expansions. A continent with its own legends.
    Story is very weak. I can't see how people think it's deep or interesting. The theme surealy doesn't help the story either.

  20. #220
    Quote Originally Posted by taurenguard View Post
    That and indiana jones was good too even the Führer goblin
    Uldum was definitely epic.
    People hated that but I loved it. It was just a bit of fun and I enjoyed it. It was a change from the usual doom and gloom we get in TBC wrath and most of cata.

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