I've gotta see if this is a common thing before I go mad.
I'm listening through the soundtracks for TBC and WotLK, and the nostalgia is flowing freely as usual.
But something that sort of surprises me is how bloody frustrated I am.
I look at a picture of the Outland map, or of the Howling Fjord, and I get incredibly annoyed over how nostalgic I am about it, and the fact that those days will never come again. Both continents are still there, but I'll never have those mind-numbingly cosy and nerdgasmic experiences again. People won't quest in Terokkar, form groups for Gruul, or try to gank me in Grizzly Hills. Nagrand won't amaze me with its vastness, and while Sholazar still looks great, its dense jungles don't feel so dense any longer.
How do you feel about it? Is your nostalgia just sugar-sweet, or does it sometimes annoy you?