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6-25-2010 @ 12:33AM
After playing alliance for years I rolled horde on a different server and am enjoying levelling again. No boa's, just taking it easy enjoying "new" quests and lfd, and seeing the game from a different perspective. Fun to play the AH from scratch too!
6-25-2010 @ 1:39PM
God, I have not logged on in such a long time. All my mail is probably deleted.I think the closest thing I have gotten to getting me interested in the game again is leveling a new Tauren hunter as I have not done a lot of the Horde quest past the starting area of each race. Maybe one day I will make it out of the Barrens. I did it on a new server to hit up these blog guys. But, even that is getting kind of stale. Maybe its cause the Barrens takes so long. But, I kind of want to do the quest for the lore. Although, surprisingly, I do enjoy starting out with no gear and having to make do. Part of the original fun was having to be resourceful in how you tackle content.The fact that they canceled the Path of Titans really dims the prospects of me continuing with the game, though. I was really looking forward to being able to customize my character further as that was one of the major drawbacks I felt from the game, the lack of customization.I got burned out playing my pally as doing the same heals over and over became a chore. I don't know if the new healing abilities are going to be enough to drag me back in. Maybe if Blizz can work up a better UI for healing it might help make it enjoyable again.Oh yeah, and why do you have to pay 25$ per character to transfer, it should be 25$ for the whole lot. It's not like its hard to drag and drop a save file from one place to another. Sorry, rant/off.
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