I would have to say wizard city I remember the first time I got onto the game all the colors of the commons and unicorn way oh it was breathtaking in fact wizard101 was the first online game I ever played so wizard city holds a lot of memories for me
Zafaria is what I think of instantly. I remember being blown away by the beauty of the world there. When I think about it, Polaris as well. I mean I love the northern lights in the sky. Jus incredible.
Makes me wish that the first worlds up to Dragonspyre were more polished in looks like the higher worlds.
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Beyond any other, Polaris. The lights, the creatures there, the snow, the graphics, the sound, all of it was just pure amazing! I could tell the KI Community really put effort into making it incredible. It was one of the best things I ever saw in the game.
i absolutely fell in love with the later parts of celestia- specifically, in fact, when you first run into the shark-like enemies. that area and beyond is so beautiful... (and wysteria is rather charming too, hence why i got the wysteria villa house from the crown shop)
in contrast though, i was absolutely disappointed with dragonspyre.
dragonspyre, Polaris, khrysalis, dragonspyre was just epic, and I mean when you get to malistaire and your standing by the dragon titan and your like looking into his eye while your fighting malistaire, Polaris is just amazing and beautiful at the same time, and the part with the giant titan is just plain awesome, in khrysalis its just, I love it so much. my favorite world is all three of those,
(to professor falmea: you are the best teacher ever! and for some reason you remind me of belladonna crisp in pigswick academy XD. I am glad I chose fire)
also, the reason I love dragonspyre so so so so so so so so so so much is because it is just amazing looking, when I stepped through the spiral door I loved it instantly. the building style in Polaris just blew my mind, when I ported to someone in there it was just wow. even though I don't really like bugs the buildings in khrysalis just was so pretty.
It's one thing to list my favourites, but as for how they impacted me, well.. i'll start off with the good ones
I gotta say Wizard City blew me away when i first saw it, although being the world that's supposed to get you into the game, how could you not like it? If i didn't like it, i probably wouldn't be playing now!
Krokotopia also blew me away, although for a different reason. I had grown so used to the look and feel of Wizard City at that point, that it was a bit of a shock, it felt so.. different. Although by the time i had entered Marleybone i had got used to the world-hopping and knew what to expect, but nothing can hit you quite as hard as the first time!
Celestia was a surprise, as the 1st arc had reached it's conclusion, i was thrown in not knowing what to expect. The world itself felt perfect for what was running through my mind at the time, and the introduction of the Astral schools was another plus, things didn't feel so stale anymore
Khrysalis was similar to Celestia for the introduction of Shadow Magic and not making things repetitive, but looking around and noticing the differences between Khrysalis when you first enter it, and Khrysalis when you have completed it really stood out for me.
The Arcanum.. Indescribable. That is all.
And then there's the Helephant in the room (see what i did there)
Pretty much the opposite to what most people have been saying, the one world that disappointed me was Avalon. Given all the hype i had for it at the beginning, this place was really disappointing, and i couldn't bring myself to play much of it until Azteca came out.
It felt as if it didn't have the magical touch that all the other worlds before it (and all the worlds after it..) had, and it got boring very quickly, resulting in my progression slowing to a crawl.
Well I'd have to say Polaris blew me away. I had three Exalted wizards at the time Polaris went live, and I was honestly exhausted after completing Khrysalis three times. Then, I graduated from Ravenwood, stepped through the spiral door, and breathed the cold, crisp, air. When I first set my eyes on Walruskberg, my mind was blown. It made me feel like completing Khrysalis was really worth doing. The towering buildings and the entrancing music really left me in awe. I'm not sure how you can make a more beautiful world. Hopefully the second world of the 3rd Arc will amaze me just as much.
Why is it so hard to choose one world? okay. for me it's a three way tie between Polaris, Marleybone and Avalon. I love the music and concepts of Polaris. Marleybone's quests were fun to do especially the ones involving sherlock bones. Then Avalon, just seeing the medieval realm of Avalon was beautiful. But my favorite part of Avalon was getting to meet the Lady of the Lake who is my favorite character in the Arthurian legends. (And yes it's obvious that the world of Avalon was based off the Arthurian legends.)