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5-07-2010 @ 1:09PM
The game does NOT "begin" at 80, the game merely has the option to CHANGE at 80.I personally really enjoyed the leveling process, and its return is one of the reasons I look forward to Cataclysm - not for the new Level 85 content, but for the 1-85 leveling content. There will be a LOT of new quests and storylines in Azeroth!I find raiding boring, repetetive, and monotonous. Yes, it advances the storyline - ONCE. After that, it's like reading the same chapter of a book over and over and over.... I do raid, but I vastly prefer doing other things. I am trying to finish as many quest lines in Azeroth as possible before they are gone. I was saddened when I completed Loremaster as I realized I don't have a lot of questing options left. On the other hand, the ones I do have left are very involved and time-consuming. And I have yet to find them monotonous. The stories are very important to me. It's what makes the game pull me in and keep me around. I always have to laugh (and then sigh) when I hear about hardcore raiders that have absolutely NO IDEA why they are running what they run, because they never read any of the quest text in their rush to 80.Just because you hit 80 doesn't mean you have to stop questing. You just don't level anymore doing it. There are new quests that only open up at 80; there are old quests that become solo-able. The game does not change, but you can change the way you play it at 80 (if you want).I feel like this is a support group meeting. "Hi, my name is ___ and I like questing and leveling."
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