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6-13-2007 @ 8:19PM
Great comments, but I think Danno #37 (splitting guilds) and Coherent #23 (no new low level content) have some good points. I am just leveling a troll mage up to 60, and I have a dwarf rogue at 70. I am a casual gamer, but I added a lot to my guild as a DPSer and they knew I wouldn't screw things up, so I go called a lot in the 40 mans. With TBC, our guild kinda split off like others, tho with little drama. Not many left, but several of us were kinda left to our own devices as the manics roared though levels and instances. By the time I was 64-65 in Zangermarsh, the guild officers and class leaders were in Blades Edge, and trying to get a guild run into slave pens had as much chance of success as a naked gnome in Naxx. I don't mind solo grinding, but it got old, and to this day I have some resentment at my guild over what I felt was abandonment. I started a troll mage on a new server with some other buddies, but they had a head start and were charging ahead to get to Outland. I am always 10-12 levels behind them. I have fun, because the troll is my first horde and my first spell caster, and a lot of the quests are new. But I do not look forward to raising another character. My new guild mates are already in outland, so I won;t even run BRD or AQ or ZG with my troll, and I will NOT grind alone through Outland again, so I will prolly go back to my Rogue and discover the last 2 provinces in outland over the next few months. Heck, I want to see MC and BWl and Naxx and AQ 40. I want to run Outland Instances with folks who need them as much as I do. The attunement tree is an abomination before the lord, and as someone said, work rather than fun. If I was a dog I'd whiz on it.Coherent and others make a good point about changing game play. We need to be able to change our environment. We need to be able to create, as well as discover. What if the same instance or instances had 5, 10, 25, and 40 man (heroic) levels. Guildhouses. NPC servants in Player owned houses? I know there is huge overhead when the servers start becoming unique rather than the same, but jeebus, don't these guys have enough money to make it happen?
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