Cloud Serpents, because they just are the most awesome mount evarrrr
The AoE looting was definitely a welcome change, even if the loot you get from it seems reduced.Really loved the pet battles, even if can be tedious to level up and beat all the master trainers.
The Klaxxi! their history the paragons! their ways!
AoE loot FTW :)
By far I love the look of Pandaria and I love the zone Dread Wastes. So in other words, I love the exploration of Pandaria.Oh, and that you have to be max level to fly. Love that, almost like Wrath.
definitely the battle pet system, allows for another pastime in game aside from fishing :)
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I joined mid/end-Cata, so MoP is technically the first expansion that I've been around for. I like everything there is in MoP. Seriously. The question for me would probably be what DON'T I like about this expansion... especially compared to Cata.My favorite part about MoP is my Alani. I appreciate the way they've implemented new rare mount(s), because not only does it take lots of luck, but it takes time and effort, and she's something only dedicated people will obtain. Not, "Hey, I was in Storm Peaks when TLPD spawned and it was mine, LOL!"People complain too much about not having things handed to them, with: Dailies, reputation, currencies, gear via currencies, etc. But I'm glad for all of the "grinds" that came with MoP. Because, unlike Cata, I've been level 90 since MoP released. And even now, pushing into December, I'm still entertained. Fancy that. Overall, I love MoP.
AoE loot and arguably the best DMF trinkets ever!
AoE looting and the legendary quests!
I'd say the way they took a lot of monotony out of the grind to 90 is probably the best new feature...Additions of rare spawns throughout the zones add a bit of excitement to it as well. The new dungeons are a plus, as is the ability to go back and go through old content by yourself provided by both the stat upgrades and (in 5.1) the removal of raid requirements for legacy raids. Arguably one of the best new features as far as I'm concerned is access to higher level gear and even the legendary drops in LFR, being in the military, I don't always have time to clear raids on normal difficulty, nor am I always guaranteed to be home at a certain time.Next would be the inclusion of the Valor of the Ancients buff to help grind out Valor Points on alts, and as of 5.1, a quicker grind past revered on new factions. Assimilation of Farmville into the Tillers system was also a fiscally sound decision, and I believe that will be a big plus for those who just enjoy a little bit of mindless gameplay when they can't be 100% focused on the game. Pokemon also seems to have been absorbed into the pet battle system, and provides the same benefits in a different genre as the farming. Overall this expansion seems to be more polished that previous ones, and while I loved BC and wrath, this one seems to be the most accessible and generally appealing thus far.
What I like the most about Mist of Pandaria, well that is a great question. Out of the many improvements added into the game, my favorite would be the amplified use of phasing. While questing, I am more motivated to quest while seeing the changes in the map because of what I did. It was used nicely in Hyjal but I think it is a lot more present in Mist of Pandaria.
Agreed, pet battles are heaps of fun!(Still, all of it is really!)
I like the quest lines, AoE looting, farming (literally) and Hozen!
So far my #1 favorite part of MoP is the raids! they are so awesome, new, and difficult! MoP best x-pac by far!
My favorite part of MOP is the cool reputation rewards, even though the amount of dailies are hilarious
I'm loving the pet battles and the AoE loot, but the best thing is the new LFR loot changes.
Mt favourite thing is Scenarios,To have that feeling that you're participating in the story and with so few people is Quite a nice feeling :)