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9-08-2010 @ 8:05AM
You mean there are activities outside of WoW?I hang out with friends, watch movies, and play golf when I am not playing WoW.
9-08-2010 @ 8:36AM
Of course there are other activities outside WoW :PI just sit around thinking about what to do. When a good game comes out, I have no problems at all skipping over WoW for a few weeks to play that game, so I'm up-to-date on all my games. I've done everything there is to do in WoW in my book. I've beaten the Lich King with my guild, I have Loremaster, I've been inside every dungeon known to man countless times, all reputations I even remotely care about are exalted, etc. I logged on for the events yesterday, finished in 30 minutes or so and was left again wanting something new to do. I've felt like this towards the end of each cycle of WoW's life. Since I've never been much of an alt guy, I usually end up investing most of my time in the multiplayer of whatever game a large bulk of my friends are hitting up. Which as of late has been playing the Halo 3 campaign on Legendary and increasing the number of skulls until we felt sufficiently challenged and refreshing ourselves on the story in preparation for the upcoming Halo: Reach.
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