I'm one week into my foray back into WoW. Tonight I was able to finish up the storyline in Argus, which is the latest content patch. All that's left for me to do now is to do the last raid and I'll have seen all the content in WoW.
That sounds a little fast, and one might immediately think that means there hasn't been a lot of content in Legion, but I assure you I feel like it's quite the opposite. Blizzard did a nice job rounding out this expansion with some content, unlike how they left WoD hanging.
Legion's story and content has been pretty good. Although absolutely confusing for a returning player -- and I'm just now getting my bearings -- I think the story has come together for me. Brokens Isles, Broken Shore, and now Argus have a good storyline. I think they also have a good set of accompanying content.
You guys know me... I hate dailies. I think that's why I really struggle to enjoy world quests. That's essentially all there is to do on Argus and Broken Shore, though. I doubt I'll ever be a fan of that side of the game, and find it quite easy to burn out.
This past week there was one day where I found myself slipping a little into the trappings of item levels and "getting stuff," then I quickly snapped out of it and realigned myself with the vision: See the story, explore the content, determine if it's worth playing Battle for Azeroth.
This next week I have two simple goals: Unlock flying for Broken Isles and do the Antorus raid. Everything after that will be gravy.