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Breakfast Topic: Do you miss any of the old content?

Andrew Ross

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When Blizzard announced that Deadmines and Shadowfang Keep would be coming back as level 85 heroics, players went crazy with speculation. Would Blizzard make other classic instances into heroics? One of the most frequently requested revamps since Cataclysm has launched has been Scarlet Monastery.

Revamping old content has been met with mixed reactions recently, though. The biggest complaint since a revamp to Zul'Aman and Zul'Gurub was announced was that the classic version of Zul'Aman was going the way of Onyxia and Naxxramas. How many people really visited the original raids once they were considered dated content? How many of those people who did visit the raids did so at the appropriate level?

With every new expansion we find ourselves yearning for parts of the previous expansion. Once we've had an expansion for a year or so we want something new -- we get bored with the same routine, the same sights and raids. A new expansion comes along and we reminisce about the way things were.

I am guilty of missing old content that I can no longer visit. I do miss parts of each past expansion, but I also welcome a new expansion when it's announced. In The Burning Crusade I loved Nagrand's beautiful scenery and the story line with the Isle of Quel'Danas. In Wrath I loved the music in each zone, with the Howling Fjord being my favorite. The scenery in each zone was amazing and the quests connected all the zones together.

Do you miss anything from the previous expansions? What do you miss from each expansion and why? Do you ever go back and visit your favorite content?

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