BlizzCon’s over, so let’s recap. We get playable Pandaren, neutral characters that can choose either Alliance or Horde at the end of the starting experience. On top of that, we get the monk class that plenty of people have been excited about seeing implemented in game. And then we get entirely revamped talent trees that aren’t trees at all — they are a completely gutted and entirely new system for people to play with. Plus, we get something to do with all those pets we’ve collected over the last several years.
Yet a lot of what I’ve been reading here and there has been a general reaction of “That’s it?” rather than excitement, and it seems a little odd to me. After trying to puzzle out why exactly it was odd to me that people would feel this way, I decided it really didn’t have anything to do with them; it had plenty to do with me. Out of all the posts I write, you guys seem to love the tinfoil hat theories the best — and the way I create those posts is due to the way that I look at stories and situations.
That said, there is a reason you guys should be excited about this expansion. Actually, there are several of them, but I’m only going to hit five of them. And I’m going to blow your mind with what is the biggest reason you should absolutely love what’s coming up in World of Warcraft.
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