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7/03/13 11:43:49 AM#21
Originally posted by azzamasin
I'm with you, not for the simplicity though, special modes for bosses and then heroic modes were actually quite challenging, coming from someone who got his Ulduar mount at the right level and with the right gear. Introducing different difficulty levels so more people could experience the raid content everyone pays for was actually a stroke of genius from Blizzard. Fights like Prof. Putricide Heroic are some of the most fun and challenging ones in WoW history.
I'm with you because I simply believe that still right now, today, WotLK is the best expansion ever released for a mainstream MMORPG, be it for solo, group or raiding content. The amount added was tremendous, yet the game wasn't as linear as Cataclysm made it, and the quality was top notch. And yeah, playing a DK was great, just the introduction instance was worth at least trying that class.
WotLK, right now in 2013, 5 years after its release, is still the best MMO expansion ever in my top list. I'm still waiting to see a better expansion released for any existing AAA game. I had my best time in WoW during that expansion.
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