Mar 13th 2012 10:42AM I think the real statistic would favor the Lock and the Rogue as the least played class in WoW. Last time they checked, it was the rogue I think.
I'm leveling a warlock now for the first time ever and I must say, they do feel slow and sluggish, and that makes him not very appealing, even when comparing to another DoT mechanic class like the Shadow Priest.
On the other hand, I was NEVER able to lvl a rogue past lvl 28, but then again, my husband plays a rogue as his main, and has done so since we joined WoW 5+ years ago, so that could also be the reason I never played a rogue.
Oh! And it's really sad that people don't play Female Dwarves, I have a Female Dwarf Shaman and I think she's fantastic!
Dec 16th 2011 10:12AM Fishing!
Oct 29th 2011 6:58PM I think I've played all of the starting zones. The dullest for me are Tauren, Orc, Draenei and Dwarf, although the Cata version for Dwarves was much better.
I actually like Elwyn Forest and post-Cata Redridge was really really good. Teldrassil used to be the one that seemed the fastest leveling and the least running around. Haven't played it post-Cata though. On the horde side my favorite is Undead starting zone, even before Cata.
Oct 8th 2011 9:18AM Still remember doing it on an alt and a lowbie stopped and watched me for a while. Then he whispered me what I was doing. I explained, he joined in, and 5 minutes later he started accusing me of trolling him. Good times!
Aug 5th 2011 11:00AM Not a knitter, but a 31 year old cross stitcher here. Been stitching since I was 13, been playing WoW for 4 years, and played D&D through my teenage years.
Jul 30th 2011 1:26PM Couple of years ago my answer would be mostly I scheduled my other hobbies and social outings around WoW. These days I do what I feel like doing, even if some hobby keeps me from logging in for days at a time.
Also went from 6 to 7 nights a week raiding guild, to one that raids 3 days, and never on Fridays and Saturdays, and if you log in on those days, not a soul is on, as everyone's out and about on dates, with family, etc. I learned to put WoW way low on my priority list.
Jul 11th 2011 11:15AM No pet. Sigh.
Jun 25th 2011 12:20AM I'm female and since I first started playing 4 years ago I've never been in a guild that didn't have at least 2 or 3 other females. I've been in guilds where the GM was female, where officers were female, and am currently in a 10 man where 3/10 are female, one of them being a founding officer.
And honestly, I've never felt frowned upon for being a woman, or thought to be less capable. Even in PUGs all I get is the occasional "cool, female gamer" when I speak in Vent. There are far more women playing WoW than some people realize, and so far my experience is gender does not make one a better or worse player. My GM says one the best tank he's met (and he's a pretty damn good one) is his female officer. In Wrath the top healer in our guild by far was a woman, they could bring one less healer if she was in raid, and had to bring two in her place if she wasn't.
Hope you find a new home that won't judge you by you gender.
May 3rd 2011 1:26AM Yes! I am rejoicing. The non-bugged buffed encounter was a bit challenging but fine, the bugged one was just frustrating.
May 3rd 2011 1:12AM Alas, I did, but the toon I was doing this on was my NE, not my Dwarf.