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6-16-2010 @ 8:41AM
I'm now a full month into a self-imposed suspension from the game, and it's been interesting to reflect from the sidelines as WoW steps ever closer to Cataclysm. One of the things that I realize now has been frustrating and/or maddening is that I've never actually felt like I've had a main character. What's my main? What do I want to raid with? Which toon will be the first to 85 once the expansion hits? I remain rudderless and completely infuriating to both myself and my ever-patient guildmates. I'm honestly hoping for some breakthrough when I come back. I'm hoping that my raging alt-iholism will somehow ebb, and I'll find myself backing one sure horse (or bear/cat/tree, or undead thing, or what-have-you.) But, it may very well get worse. I may find the allure of all those newly designed old lands and new starting zones too enticing to want to get into an instance right away. I'll be, once again, the last to the raiding party, the last to learn the fights. Hopefully, the new guild system will allow these eccentricities to be a boon for those I've played with, rather than a bust. I don't like that I tend to treat WoW as a single-player game, but that seems to be what I'm most drawn towards -- me against the world (of Warcraft.)
6-16-2010 @ 9:05AM
lol, you sound like me. I have all these 80s sitting around waiting to become flavour of the month again.. I couldnt just be happy with 1 or 2. I had to try them all. I think I am the complete opposite of Rossi who has an insatiable appetite for the warrior class.I will devote all my time to one class for weeks at a time, then move to the next.Glad its only 5 levels to cap in Cataclysm.
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