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4-27-2011 @ 11:45AM
I never thought it would happen, but I think I'm bored with WoW. It feels like a chore to play WoW well. It's like you can't just roll a toon, and just play. You have to read up on builds, specs, macros, key binds, learn the rotation, study the fights and then there's the neverending grind for better gear, for gold, etc, etc. It just stopped being fun for me. I haven't logged on my main in weeks, haven't been on any raids since Cata, I had started a goblin shaman back when Cata came out, it was fun for a while, until it wasn't, now it's stuck at lvl 17. I started a worgen hunter the other day, hopeful that one day soon, WoW will be fun for me again. Because I do miss it, I still follow WoW Insider everyday, read all the patch notes for 4.1, even had a bit of fun reading QQs in the tech/customer support forums yesterday, "with all due respect, and I appreciate you trying to help, but this is clearly a server side problem" and my favorite: "I am currently still at my dorm room and do not have the power to demand my school to unplug and reset their router and modem so I can play WOW. Is there anything else that can be done?" I've always loved patch day, hehe!
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