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12-04-2010 @ 8:11AM
I was never a raider and never really had time to play wow late at night, but I regret not being able to finish off the Lich King. I could have tried harder but it got to a point where the only way to get into a Lich King group was to have the achievement to prove it. I enjoyed a lot of things but I've never been able to nab the last boss in any expansion..
12-04-2010 @ 3:27PM
Took the words right out of my mouth, plus my shifts at work are all over the place and hange week to week so I could never set aside time to try with my guild. Ah well, there's always Deathwing!
12-04-2010 @ 4:47PM
Hallelujah!!I desperately wanted Kingslayer but with my very-social not-very-active guild it wasn't even am option. I'm not a fan of GS but I'm sitting at 6k and throw Druid heals I should have been able to get a pug; alas, no. If you don't already HAVE Kingslayer, you won't get invited - Catch22Oh wait, yes you could. Going rate was 10k-15k gold to buy a spot.*~*sigh*~*
12-10-2010 @ 1:02PM
Yeah it bugs me a little tbh ive basically given up on trying to achieve anything in wow nevermind downing Lich kings and Illidans etc, i have a wife job and 3 kids and at least in my own experience its virtually impossible to achieve much of anything with those time sinks in your life! I've become like Joseph Stalin i have a series of 5 year plans - in about 10 years i can throw the eldest out, 15 for the next and 20 for the last, and in roughly 40 years i can (maybe) retire, so perhaps on the 18th/20th expansion i might start seriously looking at achieving things in-game. I actually find it a bit depressing seeing people talking about life at 85 etc i havent even been able to play it since the expansion came out - if it wasnt for achievments i'd probably have bailed long ago.And yet when i was single and had plenty of time for wow i wanted a wife and kids hows does that work!?
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