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    RP'ing quests and cut scenes.

    Got into readying the lore a few month ago and MAN am I tearing through these books. Just finished Arthas and ... wow amazing.

    Anyway, always been a big fan of doing quests and questlines that build up to something juicy and fun, as well as cutscenes, or RP'ng a main character from the lore (Illidan quest in Icecrown)

    just looking for some juicy quest lines or quests with lore characters in it since I missed leveling in SOO many areas over the years b.c I would just instaque tank to level : /

    thanks!
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    There's a questline in Felwood where you relive Illidan abosrbing the Skull of Gul'dan's power.

    Here is the quest: The Skull of Gul'dan
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    I too love the story and lore of Warcraft: In addition to the two-hundred Star Wars, Star Trek, Forgotten Realms, and Dragonlance novels that I have on my shelf in my room, I also have almost every single WoW novel and comic. As an RPer myself, I just really love these quests and love to get immersed in them. I hate when people complain that they have to do them to level up; it just makes me cry when they miss out on all the truly epic stories of WoW and instead just run the same LFDs over and over again.

    Warcraft: the greatest D&D adventure of this generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valyrian Stormclaw View Post
    I too love the story and lore of Warcraft: In addition to the two-hundred Star Wars, Star Trek, Forgotten Realms, and Dragonlance novels that I have on my shelf in my room, I also have almost every single WoW novel and comic. As an RPer myself, I just really love these quests and love to get immersed in them. I hate when people complain that they have to do them to level up; it just makes me cry when they miss out on all the truly epic stories of WoW and instead just run the same LFDs over and over again.

    Warcraft: the greatest D&D adventure of this generation.

    Cheers!
    God, how can you read that schlock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valyrian Stormclaw View Post
    I too love the story and lore of Warcraft: In addition to the two-hundred Star Wars, Star Trek, Forgotten Realms, and Dragonlance novels that I have on my shelf in my room, I also have almost every single WoW novel and comic. As an RPer myself, I just really love these quests and love to get immersed in them. I hate when people complain that they have to do them to level up; it just makes me cry when they miss out on all the truly epic stories of WoW and instead just run the same LFDs over and over again.

    Warcraft: the greatest D&D adventure of this generation.

    Cheers!
    couldn't agree more!!

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    Elwyn forest has some epic kobald lorez

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    Nagrand is an amazing zone, especially the Garrosh questline. Boy, how much his character has changed since we've first met him. I also especially enjoy the quests in Shadowmoon Valley that disguise you as a Fel Orc and has you going into the Dragonmaw camps, really neat stuff there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denkou View Post
    Nagrand is an amazing zone, especially the Garrosh questline. Boy, how much his character has changed since we've first met him. I also especially enjoy the quests in Shadowmoon Valley that disguise you as a Fel Orc and has you going into the Dragonmaw camps, really neat stuff there.
    awesome I'll check it out!

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