Aug 7th 2011 8:44AM Fade....no question. I'll have to make a choice down the road between WOW and Diablo 3. Limited time will prevent me from playing both....D3 will win.
Feb 3rd 2010 6:19AM There are still a number of players with very limited 'in game' time for whom the new Dungeon Finder system has been fantastic. I'm lucky if I have the time to run 2 instances a week, usually with mostly guildmates. Rounding out a small group at 'off hours' using the Dungeon finder has been great for us casuals with very limited play time schedules.
I'll never have the available time to raid, so the Heroics are the only way I can (slowly) gear up. I think that players who have a lot of time often forget about those of us who can only squeeze a few hours each week to be in game. I think Blizzard got the Dungeon Finder system 100% right.
Jan 13th 2010 9:01PM I have to also agree with most of the posts about the Drama section of Guildwatch. Bring back the Drama. Guildwatch was one of my favorite blogs on WoW.com.
Nov 22nd 2009 9:56AM I'm enjoying this holiday so far. I've never leveled cooking and this is an opportunity to do some leveling of a profession. Fun little quests plus leveling a profession makes this one pretty enjoyable. I may say differently when I try the Turkinator quest but we'll see.
Nov 12th 2009 6:48AM Love the headset. Great site!
Nov 11th 2009 6:09AM Personally did this quite some time ago. The benefit for me was I had Warcraft and Starcraft but couldn't find all the original disks. Thankfully I had the cases with the play codes and was able to re register the games on line. Now I can download them directly.
Nov 10th 2009 6:05AM As a parent of 4 (not a single parent, bless you who are) time is always a challenge when it comes to WoW. The key to me is finding a great guild. The guild I belong to has a wide range of players, many who are north of 30 years old, and allows for a diverse play style. We casually raid (that means 1 time per week, my definition of casual). To minimize the disruption at home I only try to log into WoW after 8:30pm which is the kids bed time. I may have time to run 1 instance or maybe some dailies.
Would I like to play more? Sure, you bet. But in my life you have to balance the family needs and play time has to come second. The raiding I will do will always be minimal, but that's OK. I enjoy my limited time in WoW, I never suffer burnout and enjoy all of the folks that are in my guild.
Find a great guild. Focus on family first. Keep the home life happy and WoW will be there.
Oct 15th 2009 6:02AM Love the chance to win. Thanks!