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6-25-2010 @ 12:18AM
I burnt on raiding too. The funny thing is that before I raided I was okay being casual and just getting on to level an alt. I would do some pvp, some dailies, whatever I happened to feel like for that day. After raiding...it seems like if I'm not raiding, why should I play. I almost wish I'd never raided, maybe I'd still love the game.
6-25-2010 @ 12:57AM
What you said really resonated with me, because I feel the same these days. Used to be, I'd have hours of fun just levelling, usually to get access to some fancy new pet or ability. Now I log on for raid, and when it's done, I feel like I have no reason to play. I don't know how to get the old 'spark' back. I've tried rolling Horde, BG's (which I had to leave because they turned me into a frothing maniac), alt levelling, achievement silliness...it's like I'm in a holding pattern until Cat when everything becomes new again. I'm not totally burned out, I still log on every day, raid or not, but yeah...it's not like it used to be.
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