Aehm, where is this Poll Option, "i like all expansion"
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.
In my honest opinion Cataclysm was the worst by far, the others were good.
So, uh, stop projecting?
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.
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
Last edited by Of-the-horde; 2013-08-21 at 11:56 AM.
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.
Cataclysm no doubt, I only played it for about three months total.
MoP made me quit but I appreciate the effort they put itn.