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6-25-2010 @ 11:33AM
I used to be a hard core raider. Somewhere in BC I just got tired of all the raids and killing the same scripted bosses. Why can they figure out how to program random boss movements and attacks instead of scripting stage 1, stage 2, stage 3, etc... I became a more casual player and focused on PvP. But that get old too. I've been playing WoW since shortly after the game came out. In the beginning of this year I just didn't find it fun any more. So I went to GameStop and spent $20.00 to buy the Diablo II expansion and stopped playing WoW for about three months. I had a lot of fun getting two characters into the upper 50s and then started thinking about my neglected gnome warlock. I am back playing WoW now and just finished the meta achievement to get my proto-drake. Having taken a break to focus on something else, I really notice the complexities of WoW and have really enjoyed getting back into the game. I left my old guild and joined a new only to learn I already knew a lot of the members who I had played with in the past.Just because you take a break from something does not mean you cant come back. And the best part is, when you do come back, you enjoy the game more than before...or at least I am. I have started listening to the in-game music which is amazing, noticing the different textures in the art, and the colors used as I just finished the achievements in Outland for the drake. Way to go Blizz for creating a game that offers so much to the players.
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