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11-22-2010 @ 4:09PM
Those two years felt fairly boring to me. I leveled up to 80 fairly fast, started doing heroics and gearing the old-fashion way which I'll admit that part was quite fun. I remember running AN? OK? like once a day, everyday for like 2 weeks before I got my trinket drop and there were several other instances were I just needed that 1 ilvl 200 purple drop :D from the final boss no less.It was pretty fun running Naxaramas 'remake' for the first time. My guild wasn't too serious back then and I was in a casual guild. We only cleared like 1 quarter and cleared the first bosses of a few other quarters. Took us like a month to gear-up enough to make up for our lack of skill so we could clear all of naxx and get our Kel'Thuzzad kill. 5 months later, naxx was mighty boring while we waiting unhapppily for ANY new content. 20 Kul Thuzad kills, 20 OS kills and nothing to do when not spending 4 hours a week raiding. :(. 8 monts later we were so bored.Wotlk was fun for me but it lacked far far too much content. After Ulduaar, we got another 2-3 months of entertainment, then nerfing came out making the content easier and easier and easier(woo?). Only to find our, gear that was hard-earned would be obtainable by doing 'super-easy-mode heroics'. ... and ToC came out which was extremely easy to do. Another 4 months of waiting then weh ave ICC which was fun for a good 4 months followed by 8 months of wondering WTH was going to come after ICC as our boss kill numbers were starting to reach mid-double digits. Here's hoping Cataclsym is more like BC with lots of raids and fairly regular content rather than content once a 'year' and gear-for-free philosophy. I doubt it, but, I'm hopeful. At the very least, we get to do new dungeons, new roics, new raids for the next 6 months. I can't wait to experience the new content since Wow has been so content-starved the last 6 months or so.
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