In the second of our ongoing series of articles in the World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Review in Progress, we take a look at the earliest stages of leveling the new Monk class with the revamped talent system. We discuss rough spots and the good stuff so keep reading! Let us know what you think in the comments.
While Garrett’s off gallivanting with the likes of industry starlets and icons in Austin for GDC, it’s my turn to pick up the World of Wacraft: Mists of Pandaria review in progress to dig into the early levels of the new Monk class, the Pandaren starter experience, and the “new” leveling of WoW in general thanks to the revamped talent system. In general, I’d like to preface this entire article by stating that Mists is easily WoW’s most beautiful expansion to date. So much so that the rest of the game outside of the new zones seems dull and simply dated by comparison. There almost needs to be another “Cataclysm” to bring another facelift to Azeroth after the artwork seen here. While it’s still the same eight year old game that you’ve come to love or hate, the visuals in Pandaria are simply of a whole other level compared to previous expansions. But personally, that’s not quite enough to get months and months out of me again. Let me explain.
Read more of Bill Murphy's World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Review in Progress - Part 2.