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5-07-2009 @ 1:57PM
I kind of feel the same way as Alex Z. Patch 3.1 was a rush at first, but it already feels kind of empty. And that's including an upgraded Noblegarden and another diversion in Children's Week.I've just begun to foray into Ulduar, and that's been pretty fun. I agree that it completely lacks the feel outside of Sunwell back in 2.4. But Ulduar will probably keep me playing week-to-week.I have no interest in PvP or Arena S6 anymore. I put up with the same PvP issues for years; now I just read about other people putting up with those same issues and I nod and say, yeah, I know, I hear ya...I've not done much with the AT, but I was surprised that there is almost no indication that its going on if you're not there. And even when you're there it is pretty much void of activity after the initial pass. Again, nothing compared to the Sunwell event.And some of the new fishing dailies - Cool... the first time. Then what sense does it make to repeatedly discover the secret of the ghostfish? Or to salvage some fool's arm? It's like a joke - funny the first time, or the first few times, then it starts to wear on your nerves - you do it for gold (I already got both fishing poles and the pet already).Dual specs are awesome... yet not really new, just better. And when I think of dual specs I think of the problems that I had with them until they got them right (I was hit more than once by lost talents, and unassignable talents).The need for 3.1.1, then 3.1.1a, didn't help. And hunting 'Easter eggs' after Easter was long gone bordered on the weird.Bottom line, for me, is that patch 3.1 pretty much boils down to Ulduar and a few more dailies. I find that a good part of what I'm doing in WoW is old content for achievements.So... patch 3.2 is coming when? lol
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