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7-25-2008 @ 4:48PM
I'm having far more fun leveling up a druid than I have had in quite a while in WoW. Raiding was turning into a chore... By the end of my raiding career, I was raiding more out of an obligation to my guild mates than because I was enjoying it. So when the guild I was member of for eight months imploded, I took that moment to retire from raiding. Since then, I've played WoW less, but when I have, I've been leveling characters again. And its been far, far more fun than I'd been having forcing myself to show up five nights a week to slay the same virtual dragons repeatedly.My main... Such as he is any more, will certainly last a lot longer in Northrend than my mage or nascent druid without swapping gear, but I have no problem replacing any of their gear eventually. I'm proud of how well geared my hunter became in months and months of raiding... And I have less of a problem than many people I know putting some of that gear in the bank when the time comes that quest greens (or more likely blues) start to out-class them.Anyway, once my druid is done leveling, I think I might level something else prior to the expansion. Maybe on a new realm and on a different side of the game. I'd be an interesting challenge to level a new alt who I can't funnel money to support. I've begun to take the fact I've got 2, almost 3 characters who can blow through hundreds of gold worth of dailies a piece if I so desire.
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