Comic 996 - To reach the peak

6th Nov 2017, 6:02 AM in Spirit of Adventure
To reach the peak
Average Rating: 5 (1 votes)
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Lackinganame 6th Nov 2017, 6:02 AM edit delete
So I think I'll share some more thoughts about Battle for Azoroth (Is it called BoA?)

So well I like the allied race idea I do with the the classes available to each race was a little more... unique then their current player counter part. I feel that Highmountains for example are Tauren with out Priest or Pallys. A quick over view on the web page it actully looks like the only allied race to have a unique class when compared is are the void elfs having warlocks. I guess I would like for these races to have a bit more to them then skin and racial.

The two leveling contents is a interesting idea. Tho I do feel a little bad for alliance having more human zones again. But well horde do have trolls and some people may be sick of trolls, I feel that the art of trolls to be far more interesting then human content.

I was a little bummed to see that we will be having yet again another babble that makes us stronger. However it's only the neck this time and that kind of works for me. neck loot was never my favorite loot because it had no model and no huge effects like trinkets. (rings are the same deal) So having a slot that is rather worthless to me being sucked up by a unchanging item this time I think I'll be fine.

And the story, In order for Horde vs Alliance to work you need strong story telling. I hope they don't try and make everything ambitious as to who did what first. I also hope that the horde arn't the aggressors this time around. We already had a "horde is bad" story with MoP. Well we got a lot of very good storytelling out of that I would like to see things changed slightly with Alliance being the aggressors. I want a story that will tell me why Anduin decided to attack Lordoron. What happened to make drive him to that. Then assuming that the Horde burned down Tirrsagrand in retaliation. What kind of impact does that have on him? In this set up you have him making a choice that creates a domino effect. (to be fair we control our own responses so the burning in retaliation would be a choice made by Horde.) But point being I think we could get a lot of very good story telling if Horde wern't "just the bad guys".


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Maryalee 9th Nov 2017, 7:00 PM edit delete reply
This looks like a not just physically challenging, but spiritually challenging quest. Takes some pretty strong nerves/willpower to handle that terrain. Which looks beautiful by the way.
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