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5-07-2007 @ 4:13PM
i love the game as a solo/pair game! me and my wife just hit 60 last week and had a great time getting there. we teamed up when we wanted to or to help out if we could - it was fun and we played the way we wanted and others played the way they wanted.but now what? TBC is appealing but more of the same. We have 2 lvl 36 alts that we are going to take to 60 as well (different races / classes / professions).as with a lot of the posters here we skipped most of the instances - could never get enough people together (a 20/40 man raid that takes 3-5 hours? sorry people i could not commit to that - family, work, life - i know i am just a casual player). also a lot of the people were too serious going into an instance and that was just not our style. they expected us to be kitted out to the max and to know everything. it was just too serious for us.but we would love to try it. in our own way.even if it is just because i know i am paying for an aspect of the game that i have not yet fully experienced!maybe i will try to setup something on my realm (Moonrunner) to find other casual players that would like to try their hand at an instance and don't know how to start.but i must agree with some of the people here - the one thing about WoW is that you can play it your own way and it allows you to change and grow your style as you play. and that is why i play.
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