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3-13-2009 @ 11:09AM
"Besides, really, the game has never been more fun."Really? With all classes being the same, all instances being tank-aoe-spank, with the first new multi-boss raid only on a patch, and with weekly class changes (read class nerfs/tweaks/bullshit)No, the game has never been LESS fun. I would trade WOTLK or BC for vanilla any day of the week. So would many others who simply can't stand this anymore, can't feel the game like before, and just quit.
3-13-2009 @ 11:16AM
Agreed. I don't know if it is just because we are "early" in an expansion but the challenge and the entertainment value of this WotLK has really failed.I have 2 toons, 1 in the best gear possible for my spec, the other in some of the best gear possible for my spec. The fact that my alt can walk into a pug with no vent and clear 25 naxx in 2 hours really says something about the content.
3-13-2009 @ 11:49AM
Maybe this game isn't as fun for some if more than 5 percent can see the top-ranked content. That was a major problem with the old game.Actually for me the best improvement has been the world quests. they do an excellent job of getting you involved in the various meta arcs and Neither Classic nor BC came close to how well Wrath has done it.
3-13-2009 @ 11:51AM
So quit. Bye bye, don't let the front door hit you in the backside.Can I have your stuff?
3-13-2009 @ 12:55PM
Why would you continue to pay money for something that you don't enjoy anymore? Weird.
3-13-2009 @ 2:32PM
The instances in vanilla were largely tank and spank with very few interesting variations like DM Tribute. Complain about current AoE spam if you want, but you could try running heroics without stacking AoE classes if this is seriously a drag on you right now. You sound bored of WoW, not bored of WOTLK. Go play something else.
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