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11-17-2011 @ 10:10AM
it's a really good point to consider that different people have different ideas of what qualifies as fun. I've been playing substantially less lately (gogo NaNoWriMo!) because the guild I'm in is a) STILL not at max guild level because b) the only people in the guild are casual raiders who c) only log into the game for one four-hour raiding session once a week. I never see any dungeon challenges getting completed. I can't complete any because there's never more than one other person on whenever I log on. I know that my guildmates are having fun because of what they accomplish in their one raiding session a week. But I don't feel like I'm having fun because I'm not helping my guild progress in the ways I want to progress. If I had the motivator of "hey, i'm rolling with guildies in 5-mans" then that would be a greater reason for me to log in than "hey, I'm rolling with smack-talking pugs to get my VP." I have fun rolling with my friends, and all of my friends have moved on to other games. Or they play on the Horde. *shrug*
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