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3-21-2011 @ 10:17AM
I haven't played in about a month or so. It started out because I had real life issues going on, but now that those have subsided, I find I don't feel like logging on.So I thought about why. The simple answer is, it is boring. I have nothing that needs doing in the game that I can actually do. I leveled all my alts. I have characters tied to family members who used to play but also quit (maybe they quit, they haven't said so but haven't been on either, thus the inability to move along).My main isn't useful for anything because we want healers and tanks. That leaves pugs for me. I spent my time in EQ looking for groups for hours before I tossed that game, too. In wow the process is automated but you have the same result. When you finally do get in a group (if its a pug) you are assumed to be useless since you are a dime-a-dozen DPS or if you aren't putting out the damage of a top level guild raider they kick you. Good enough isn't good enough anymore.I have been replaying old games I have to pass the time. I can do something at every turn in those games. I don't have to rely on the fickle public to enjoy them.
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