What do you think the most successful aspect is?DK: Right now? So far for me it seems to be Raid Finder. I know there are a lot of players that really wanted to see that content, and they really wanted to ramp up their character and then have a real challenge of fighting a raid boss but the logistics of getting together with a guild where everyone was available at the same time to raid – not everybody can do that. So Raid Finder opens up a whole lot of content for a whole lot of people and we definitely want to do it with this patch because it's our most epic raid fight we've ever done.Lies. The raid finder made me stop play this game. Seriously it crashed the game so hard.
I'm still hoping they do something that links to the next expansion pack like they did with the rest of them, because I heard something about the Horde attacking Theremore, or King Varian having his own questline to become like the true Supreme King of the Alliance or whatever. That would be interesting at least, or make a questline to actually have all the leaders finally believe in what Garrosh is trying to do for the Horde, and not make him seem like he's nothing more than a warmonger (at least in the game, books say otherwise).
Its strange, I knew some people who complained about wotlk being way too easy, yet when cata came with more of a challenge dungeon wise they stopped playing. I will admit the raids didn't seem as good but I found the dungeons to be better. Felt good having a use for my hunters frost trap again if only for a while. If revamping the old content was bliz's main goal of cata then they succeded hands down, am looking foward to seeing what mists of pandaria brings, loving the intro of a monk class as well as a pet battle system, finally a use for the little guys.
Not the same trolls; The Amani were the Trolls the High Elves fought with. You don't seem to understand that the Darkspear Trolls are the black sheep of the troll tribes; as seen all through Warcraft 3, you are still fighting other troll tribes as mobs even after the Darkspear joins the then Horde.As for the Night Elves: What were the first thing they did when the Alliance and the Horde showed up during Warcraft 3, 10 thousand years after the War of the Ancients? They attacked the invaders. They are not a peaceful race, they are just as war-like as the other ones on Azeroth. Also, before Cata, in Lore at least, anyone who entered Mount Hyjal were killed by the Night Elf defenders there, to keep people away from the Well and Archimonde's remains.And I never said it was just the Darkspear: Gurubashi, Sandfury, Amani and Hakkari trolls all hate the other races with a passion; the only reason the Amani joined with the Second War Horde was because Doomhammer saved Zul'jin and promised to wipe out the High Elves; when that didn't happen, the Forest Trolls withdrew, and returned to their war...and as we saw in the first Zul'Aman, Zul'jin hated all of the races and wanted to kill them all....and patch 4.1 just continued that trend.Edit: I think the main issue here is you are confusing the Island Trolls(Darkspear) with all the other tribes; Vol'jin does not speak for them all, as seen with patch 4.1: He didn't want to continue the war that the Zandalari were pushing.
If there's one thing I've learned on these boards, it's never spar lore with Adam, that ^&*!@ knows everything.