My Mists of Pandaria Wishlist
Blizzard has announced that the Press Tour for Mist of Pandaria will begin in March. That got me to thinking about what features I would like to see in the new expansion, so below is my wish list for MoP.
1. Revamp of BC/WotLK content to bring it up to current game time — I know this one isn’t going to happen, especially with how much work they put into old world content for Cataclysm, but would love to see the content for these two areas updated for events that have occurred in game.
2. Removal of per character server limit — I really want this to happen, while I don’t mind creating characters on other servers to play with friends, I really hate having to go to another server just because I’ve filled all my slots on my current server. With an 11th character class coming, this needs to change.
3. Better gear Itemization — I understand that this isn’t an easy one, but it would be nice to as a shaman not to have to ignore most of the valor gear because the stats are the worst possible for me. Most of my problem with this is it feels almost as my class/spec is ignored in itemization. I know it’s not true, but as the minority class as far as stats, it does seem that way sometimes.
4. Kul Tiras — Even as a hordie, I think it’s time for the alliance to have a big epic story line. I think the introduction of Kul Tiras would present that opportunity. Not only does this give us some insight into Jaina’s background, it also presents an opportunity to visit one of the unknown human kingdoms.
5. Lore Progression — I know this is going to happen, but it doesn’t mean I don’t want it. Looking to see more on what Sylvanas is up to, furthering of the ongoing tensions in the horde. Some progression for Anduin, as well as with the Dwarven council of three.
Just a quick list, but I honestly think these are my top 5. You’ll notice I don’t really talk about features, other than the server limit, I know Blizzard will bring a host of new features that will continue to make the game interesting.
As always, comments and criticisms are appreciated. Thanks for reading.