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12-08-2009 @ 9:13AM
Think I'm just going to hang out on an alt to be honest. I'm pretty sure all my 80's are parked in Dalaran which isn't happy. Unlike most people I don't have any anticipation for this patch, but even if I did; we will be stuck at this content level for MONTHS. So why bother with the pain of lag and problems when Feralas is as cool as it ever was? Assuming that works, but usually the lower level zones are alright.
12-08-2009 @ 9:24AM
Thats why I moved all of my toons out of Dalaran last night. I forgot and had 4 in Dal for 3.1...I wont be making that mistake again :)
12-08-2009 @ 10:02AM
Wet blanket much?When you were a kid, did you not care about opening Christmas presents because you'd be stuck with those toys for a whole YEAR anyway?
12-08-2009 @ 10:20AM
If my toy were going to be completely dysfunctional if I played with it the first day, then fine afterwards. Yes I would.
12-08-2009 @ 11:08AM
And just to specify, a toy analogy doesn't really work much anyway. I mean you open a gift and you get pretty much the full functionality of your new thing. You're not going to get through all of icecrown anyway, not even close. In fact you can't run that heroic more than once a day unless you use the random dungeon feature.It's more like you get some toy truck as a package. However the wheels only sort of move. You can't open the doors or do much else with it either at first, even though you'll progress enough in month or two to be able to do that stuff. And while you're playing with it, you'll randomly pass out. Others will simply complain about how they can't even get the box open. In a day or two everything works fine. Is it worth just playing with other stuff and waiting for a day or two? To me it is, but that's just me. I have as much fun on low level alts (maybe more) as I do on a level 80.
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