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5-06-2010 @ 10:25AM
+1The Grind starts at level 80I'm not saying it's not fun, but it's not the game per se. At least not for me.A lot of people seem obsessed with leveling as fast as possible - "don't spec X, spec Y it's faster to level," "That zone has the quests closer together, although they are boring" ... - and not about having fun. Then you reach 80 and madness comes at full throttle "tank? you should DPS until you have enough equipment," "plate-wearing DPS? you should tank for shorter queues," "full 187 ilevel? not enough for the easier heroics, go farm emblems."And all that just to end raiding (if you are "lucky" or good), farming, collecting achievements... in a word: grinding.I'm not saying that raiding is no fun, but it might not be what some people want to do. I'd rather quest, win fights thanks to wits and friends and watch how the world evolves, but being (a rather well equipped) 80 means that I'll overpower anything on my way. No thrill on that, and it's a shame.I'd love to have a "Top level special WoW" were everything is max level and so nothing is fully trivial.
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