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By , December 1st, 23:53

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Worth buying if u love WoW

Artifact weapons - Probably my favorite part of the expansion. Not having to constantly replace your weapon and having it being the single biggest upgrade (for melee anyways) in every raid tier is super nice. AND WHO DOESN'T LOVE AN ASHBRINGER ^^.
Mythic plus content: just the fact that they added infinite scaling dungeon content was one of the reasons i came back. I'm not the biggest fan of loot volume attached to speed that you finish the instance, or the random affixes which are pretty imbalanced in terms of difficulty, but even still i think these have been a great addition to the game.
PvP - probably the one that i like the least out of all of them. The whole "gear doesn't matter" thing is making me a little angry.


By , December 1st, 17:09

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Worth trying out again

As a returning player who started a new character, I find WoW very enjoyable. While I don't like how they have simplified the skill tree, I do like all most of the new features. Things like Pandera add the ability to develop a farm. While the ability to grow ingredients for crafting is nice, while I really like about it is that once you get your farm mostly finished, you can start doing daily quests for other factions which helps with the reputation grind for any of the mounts you want. And then in Warlords they added the Garrison which among other things allows you harvest ingredients for the various crafting skills depending on which buildings you place. It also comes with it's own teleport stone so you can jump to it, do your daily/hourly quests and then jump back to your bind point. In Legion you can get your artifact weapon which you can level up, and a class hall you can develop, which I am still working on. Finally, the new expansion that is coming out in the near future is adding three subraces to each faction, which sounds very interesting.

So if you haven't played in WoW in quite a while, it is worth checking out again.


By , September 26th, 22:08

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World of Warcraft: Legion

Legion starts off with a string of impactful tragedies and doesn't pull any punches from there. Characters you've known since WoW's inception aren't safe. The demonic corruption of the Legion takes major lore heroes from the series' RTS days and turns them into tragic villains. Dragonflights--which have been on the decline since Cataclysm--reach death's door. When hostilities between the Alliance and the Horde heat up again, it happens for extremely personal reasons--and, for once, it doesn't seem like one faction makes an inexplicably idiotic decision that brings new life to their war. By the end of the expansion's basic PvE content, you're given a firsthand look at the mana addiction that ruptured elven society (and invited the Legion to Azeroth in the first place).