Aesthetically or if you enjoy the quests or combined, up to you.
Winterspring for me. Such a peaceful zone ^_^ --- Xbox Live Gamertag: SupahJem
#2Blak4xisPosted 3/18/2013 1:19:48 AM
Storm Peaks or Grizzly Hills, hands down! :D --- Sophisticated Character.
#3mrsecksfacePosted 3/18/2013 2:47:44 AM
hinterlands homie thats where i get my e pussay know what im sayin home dawg
#4markl27Posted 3/18/2013 3:22:00 AM
Tirisfal Glades. forever
#5BushidoMusashiPosted 3/18/2013 3:25:26 AM
Durotar. There's no place like home. --- GT: Purity6of6Evil6 Praeclarum Custodem Ovium Lupum
#6ElaeusPosted 3/18/2013 4:30:08 AM(edited)
Eversong Wood. I just love how gorgeous that place is.
Wandering Isle close. --- 'I am always surprised at how you, a Czech, have better grammar, spelling, and style than many native born speakers in the U.S.' -Ruvan22
#7WaffIeElitePosted 3/18/2013 4:31:48 AM
Hard to decide between Eastern Plaguelands, Shadowmoon Valley, and Icecrown. All three were just ripe with lore, interesting questlines, and a great, dread atmosphere.
#8klem5Posted 3/18/2013 5:28:30 AM
Tough to not take Durator, but i love Tristfal Glades / Silverpine Forest.
#9RareTrickPosted 3/18/2013 5:49:30 AM
Eh. I dunno. I really love the music in Icecrown. It really set the tone for the zone. --- "It's the only sport that has a sequel." - Nev47's thoughts on the hype surrounding StarCraft II
#10redundanciesPosted 3/18/2013 6:07:33 AM
Un'goro Crater, both pre- and post-Cataclysm. Pre-Cata I liked it because of dinosaurs, Nintendo references and the fact that there were lootable objects all over the zone; post-Cata I like how you finally solve the mystery of why it's there, and the questline with the Don Quixote- type is hilarious.