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Of course, it's exceptionally well done. As an mechanical introduction to the match, it's flawless. As an introduction to the Warcraft's planet? I'm disappointed that Exile's Reach plays out identically for Alliance and Horde players, never mind players of different races. The original starter experiences, individual to each race, do so much to create the intense sense of belonging and cultural identity that Warcraft - a world of dream archetypes so cartoonish they get away with being, frankly, somewhat crass - has no business boosting, but does. (You can select the original beginner experiences rather, if it's not your native character.)
After I had tried a couple of different routes into the match, though, my nostalgic worries began to seem fragile in the face of these truth. Using Chromie Time - the time-warping attribute, curated by an impish member of the cheap WOW Burning Crusade Classic Gold Bronze Dragonflight - I went from Exile's Reach into Cataclysm's variant of the original continents; to the outdated Burning Crusade; to Legion, my favorite of the recent expansions; and finally into hatred for Azeroth, as intended. And that I had to confront itmodern World of Warcraft is as big an improvement over Cataclysm as which was over the original game. Probably larger.