To be honest, I can see the outline of WoW pretty well.At least I can say I know pretty well that the next expansion will be Emerald Dream and the Maelstrom or Undermine will soon follow.Or both.It has been said, with Warcraft lore, the possibilities are endless.P.S. I know that it is Emerald Dream because the zone is ingame. It's too big to be a patch, plus it's a very open-ended story they can do whatever they want with it really.
i have played off and on since WOTLK, and am playing regularly again, even though i have not hit 70. Once I get at least to 60, I'll likely pick up WOTLK for the DK. I have friends who played when i did and quit shortly after. I don't know if they'll pick up now or not, since they were only at 63ish i think.
I wish my friends (irl) still played. They all quit either soon after TBC came out, or During it. They all were too disappointed with the direction it went, from questing to extreme arena competition. I am happy to say I think the expansion is great, the questing and story lines are so much fun!
Since tBC was there first expansion, they were able to learn a lot from that. Now you can see a little bit of the fruits of their labor (beautiful landscape, more quests with interesting background stories). You can tell that they are always trying to improve and live up to their reputation of being a company that dishes out quality service.I'm very glad and excited to continue playing through LK. I'm even more excited about dual-specs and no longer getting dismounted in water. Until then, I will continue to enjoy what I have available to me right now :)
I have noticed an extreme resurgance of players on launch of WoTLK. My current realm was a ghost town for the past year, as of last Thursday we are now in queue nightly, old guilds have become fully active and once again trade channel is filled with ridiculous meme's.
hehe. you waitited so long? i ordered 2 WotLK collector's edition 4 days before the release and got them right at midnight from the store, w/o waiting in any queue either. Sweet! ;P
Wrath sold 2.8 million copies in the first 24 hours, which breaks the record of 2.4M on The Burning Crusade. It will be interesting to see where the one month numbers end up.