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3-13-2009 @ 12:05PM
Personally, I just can't wrap my head around the idea of reverting back to Classic WoW. It's better now. It really is. Because it's a GAME, now! It's no longer a SECOND JOB! You no longer have to devote forty hours a week to the game just to feel like you've made anything resembling any slight, faint shred of progress. Classic WoW was mind-numbingly frustrating, because after several months at 60, doing a reasonable amount of endgame content, I felt like I was just running in place, getting absolutely nowhere. There was no point to it whatsoever, because in order to progress I would have had to lock myself in my room and ignore anything resembling real-life responsibilities and JUST PLAY WOW. There was absolutely no conceivable way to be a casual player in Classic WoW just playing for fun and GET ANYWHERE.With Wrath, I feel like I can just PLAY the game FOR FUN and actually get somewhere in it after reaching level cap. And I have. Add in the fact that there's more variety in questing and less buggy, unbalanced level progression, and the whole experience has never been more vibrant and lively.
3-13-2009 @ 1:36PM
I agree. Vanilla was a second job. Had to farm, had to quest just to stay even. Running around looking for the nodes...BC was like that too before they put in the content patches (I quit for a year, and came back after BC added the patches).I do wish Blizz would add new quest chains in the content patches instead of just new instances/raids tho'
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