So there we were.
Cenotaph and Ombria, the wife’s and mine Deathknights, in the Bone Wastes, at Auchindoun, looking at a quest giver.
The only living beings we’d come across were a Forsaken and another Blood Elf Death Knight.
There was a Gnome Mage out fighting spiders in the lost corner, but they don’t really count as full living beings, do they?
Anyway, we’d just collected some bone piles for some mad Draenei standing near the entrance to an instance, and there was the shimmering portal. I forget which instance he actually stands in front of. Shadow Labyrinth required a key, so that was out. Maybe the Auchenai Crypts.
The point being is nobody new is going to see those places, and that’s sad.
All that effort gone into designing places, and they’re left behind, in the virtual dust bowl that the Outlands have become, serving only as a pass through location to get 10 levels while you cruise to the end-game back on the world of Azeroth in Northrend.