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5-23-2011 @ 8:19AM
At this point, I'm not sure...it might be some form of severe addiction, and I'm not kidding. I'll be honest, I did the raid thing in WotLK, but come Cataclysm, I find myself burned out. However, because I don't raid, I'm extremely frustrated that I'm so limited it my gearing options...the fact I can't get my hands on the t11 shoulders irks me to no end.I feel like I'm just "doing the grind" for the sake of doing it at this point. And looking at 4.2, I'm still trying to figure out what it has for me, other than more dailies to grind. I just don't have time to raid any more (or the wherewithal), and I feel like the only thing I have to look forward to is an hour or two of dailies added to the queue, until I hit revered...then what?
5-23-2011 @ 11:09AM
"...However, because I don't raid, I'm extremely frustrated that I'm so limited it my gearing options...the fact I can't get my hands on the t11 shoulders irks me to no end..."This, in spades. Admittedly, I don't handle pugging very well due to the EJs i keep running across, but thanks to a very friendly Raiding Guild who helps my guild on occasion has helped a lot.Shinanji
5-23-2011 @ 1:17PM
I feel the same- Its almost a WTF moment when all I worked for in wrath is over and the grind back to the top- Endless hours of wipes in my past progression guild sucked the fun out of raiding for me. I just don't have the drive to go through that again. Every patch just made me less interested thinking wow cool stuff ill never be able to see now lol.I have been playing since the launch of BC and this past weekend I sent my letter of cancellation to Blizz and uninstalled it from my computers. I plan on trying out Rift until Star Wars comes out.
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