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Please do not debate the merits of the game design in this thread.
If you wish to argue whether or not Mists of Pandaria changed the game for the better, use this thread.
After debating the changes in the thread linked above, I came to the realization that World of Warcraft may no longer be the same game I swore an oath to never play again. I experienced the frustration of the situation described by the quoted poster in this post when I decided the game wasn't worth my time. However, the whole thread seems to indicate that Blizzard's attitude towards end-game may have changed to allow it to be accessible to everyone.
If you didn't read the linked post, I will reiterate their feelings. I got to a certain point in the game where I couldn't progress. Gathering the gear needed to raid took me longer than most people. By the time I thought I was ready to raid, the guilds that were raiding had already progressed to the next dungeon and refused to help new players get caught up. Any guilds I joined were not capable of raiding due to gear or number of people. Essentially, I felt like it was a waste of time to log in because I knew I wouldn't get anything done.
To those who have played Mists of Pandaria, do you think the game is accessible to everyone now?
If I start fresh as a Monk (race yet to be decided) would I be able to enjoy the same content that everyone else does? Keep in mind I won't have access to resources that previously-capped players have, and I may not join a guild for a while.
Is there a good chance that I will feel left behind due to my slower pace of progression than most gamers?
Have they reduced the eleventy-button syndrome? In other words, will I still feel overwhelmed by the number of abilities, buffs, consumables, etc. that I need to have hotkeyed?
If they haven't reduced the number of buttons required to play, are there interface mods that make it easier to keep all of those buttons organized, easy, and fast to press the right ones?
Please do not turn this into a debate over the game being "handed to players" or not. Use the thread linked above for that.