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3-17-2008 @ 5:22PM
There are so many different areas in the game to keep you satisfied that it's hard to not be satisfied... that said, I get bored all the time. Altitis is not a disease, but a healthy way of blowing off some steam. For me, my alts are all about trades. And classes. And questing in new starter zones. Since I an alliance player, I never get to see Horde zones to any degree... so I will roll a whored for a few hours and try and level up enough to get to see around their little towns and their big cities. Recently I decided that I wanted to get all of their flight paths eventually... so I'm leveling a BE hunter up, very slowly, so I can. I have JC that I'm leveling up so I can cut gems, and I want an engineer to farm dust clouds, so I have one of them I'm climbing the ladder with. After that, it's my herbalist/alchamist. And don't forget those annoying rep grinds that you always tell yourself that you will some day finish up. Or the quests in the lowbie areas that you never got around to getting done way back when.I recently solo'd Gnomeragen. I was feeling particularly masochistic. But hey, I've never done it before.Theres ALWAYS something to do.
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