Marleybone is my favorite world, both in Wizard and Pirate. I just loved the architecture and the way it felt, fighting crime on the rooftops like a superhero or entering some 18th century city that really looks the part.
as much as i never been there before, i have seen tons of youtube videos about marleybone. the best thing i like about it is the looks and the marleybone army is so cool, it looks like were back into the 1800's but better
Ahoy there pirates! My favorite thing about Marleybone is the Wreck of the Victory. I love the dungeon and it's awesome how we get to defeat Rooke. I also love the layout and appearance of Glass House Prison.
I like the organization and how it approaches quests differently, as well as the whole war effort part. Before, quests were more disorganized and more like pointing you in a different direction and nothing more than "You scratch my back, I scratch yours". Marleybone makes a point to show you that this is war. You're not just some random pirate, you're a part of Her Majesty's Navy and Army. You are a part of something huge. The side quests in this world are incredibly creative, minus a few. It also does not overstay its welcome as I felt Mooshu did (no offense).
At this point in the story, we already know a lot about the Armada, yet we've never seen much of the Dogs before, besides in Port Regal and the Scurvy Dog Island. And from what we HAD seen so far, the dogs had seemed very respectable.
That changed when we came to Marleybone. In Marleybone, we caught a glimpse of the struggle between the classes (the dogs v. the cats, foxes, and frogs) that we've never seen before. This also gives much more depth to Bonnie's character and gives a perspective we've never really seen before. It kinda makes me sad how serious and almost sad she seems after her promotion.
My favorite place would be the Isle of Fetch. Not the Pier, the actual Isle of Fetch. Stepping in getting a big glimpse of what our hunt for the map (and how far we're willing to go to get it) has led to. Hearing the shock in our companions' voices that reminds us that these are not just characters for us to control in battle who say funny stuff sometimes. These are actually fully fleshed out characters that have their own personalities and sets of morals (or none at all in the case of Monkey King). Marleybone was such a beautiful world with a beautiful story and seeing every single bit of what it has to offer is the only thing I can certainly say you won't regret.