When I first entered Celestia, I was really, really, REALLY excited! I didn't know about the big step up from Dragonspyre, and little did I know what I was in for!
Being an Ice wizard in general is a struggle from the very beginning. We have to work extra hard to get through things, and boss battles can be a challenge. Many people say that Celestia is really, really hard, but honestly? I didn't find it ridiculously impossible. I did some looking around on the message boards when I first started, and I could tell that the addition of new schools was gonna make things harder. But, I put in enough time and effort, and I finished it!
I was scared i mean i barely made it through dragon spyre alone so i was kinda excited to unfold new secrets but i am still working on getting medusa i can't wait till' then cause' it will be a good 1 hit myth spell (others do little on first hit then lots on second that means you have to place 2 traps)
I was scared and excited, i mostly rushed through DS because i didnt like it as much as Mooshu which i took my time with, but when i got there and did the first few battles i got defeated quickly so i had to learn not to rush through the quests. I like it though even though the bosses are crazy hard and hard to solo.
I was like, jumping up and down excited because I had heard SO much about it. After the first few quests though, I told myself to stop jumping, because I really needed to buckle down and concentrate because it was so difficult. But then I got the hang of it, and it was pretty medium/high difficulty.
It took me a loooong time to get through it. It was like, three months of playing everyday.
But it was so amazing, I was kinda glad it took me so long.
I was very excited and happy, as there hadn't been a full world released in a while at that point. Then challenged trying to figure the altered game mechanics. A bit frustrated as I was questing and trying to get new crafting level before the transmutes were introduced. Finally elated when I finished, waiting on next world to come out.