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6-25-2010 @ 11:07AM
Burnout.. so there. My cure? My old dog and I go walk a mile everyday.. whether we want to or not. (well I want to but it's him that has to have that long of a walk. Ever try to tell a 15 yr old dog it's for his own good? )I read the article here about crafting and thought about it seriously. I realized that I was so far from self sufficient that I could be an entire co-dependency group. I broke out the boa's I'd been collecting and made a few alts, leaving just enough room for that Worgen I want to play. Crafting has saved the day.. got an 80 mage, (tailoring) a 73 hunter (alch at 450.. someone tell me how you can get to 450 at lvl 73 on something besides skinning and mining and herbing? ) 58 dk for engineering and 4 others around 20ish who are filling the other slots. Even made a cow though I hate them.. love druid.. hate cow for some reason.. but that could have just been getting from 1-20. (Tauren starting area sucks lemons imo)I found out that it's fun, it's easy and relaxing. I am still so burnt out on raiding it's not funny.. therefore I just don't do it.. not even the daily pugs for frost. I am returning to casual and finally remembered something I knew when I started playing. It's a game, it's supposed to be fun. So dang it.. have fun, see the sights you've forgotten about and just gooooo with the flow of sightseeing. If I level along the way well Woot for me!
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