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1-08-2008 @ 9:59PM
I have an alt on lvl42, but since tbc I never touched him again. I am a 'solo' played who has not a lot of instances since launch. I've been to Wailing Caverns a few times and seen some other 'old' instances, but since TBC I didn't touch them. The sole reason for this is time. I have a family and my gaming time is short. This has resulted in me fighting my way up to 70 by questing (no instances). Now I am lvl 70 since a 2 - 3 months and I'm doing the BG's. I love PvP and I love Blizz for rewarding this with the availabilty of obtainable Arena gear with honor-points.My guess is that there are more people like me (not much, but they are there). We don't have a lot of playtime, but we are into the game (community) as much as any other gamer.
1-08-2008 @ 10:20PM
Right there with ya Michael. I don't have kids, but I'm married with a full time job and a lot of activities outside the game. I'm lucky to sneak in an hour or two here and there.I'd love to see more instances, but the simple fact is that 10 or 15 minutes for a quest or some quick pvp in the battlegrounds is right up my alley. Limited time commitment, but still some reward. ...And I agree, I consider myself just as much a part of the community as any other. I only have one 70, but hey, I'm a fan too!!
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