Jun 18th 2009 8:32AM How to deal with a burnout is simple. Only play when you feel like it. This will reduces your hours drasticly but in the end if you still like the game your playing hours will go up again.
Fighting it, by doing achievement, raiding or levelling alts will only deepen and prolong the burn out (just like work actually)
May 7th 2009 8:44AM @6, 6-9 hours a week. It's quite easily doable. Started doing it when the big patch before WotLK came out. Just slow and steady.
May 7th 2009 8:10AM Doing it all tbh. Except levelling an Alt, can't put my mind to it.
But done Loremaster, so done all quests in Northrend, done some rep grinds like Shatari Skyguard (on Nether wing now), pet grinds like the daily fishing quests. Also still levelling jewelcrafting after I just changed to it and ofc I'm raiding. Mostly still Naxx 25 and a bit of Ulduar 10, but moving into Ulduar 25 in a matter of a couple of weeks.
Apr 3rd 2009 8:07AM I have too much respect for my fellow paladins to fight them. So it's no paladin versus paladin (pvp) for me. Just wouldn't be right. Ergo no pvp achievements either.
Mar 5th 2009 9:17AM The Machine........ cause it's my nik from my former guildies for my high pace in raids.
Dec 3rd 2008 8:20AM Tanking takes balls and the ability to shrug off insults by dps hitting the wrong target or pulling before you and dying. In TBC this was hightened by the idiocy of some people wanting T6 geared tanks for easy heroics (or confusing Druid health with paladin health).
I have only one advice if you pug, if you don't like the group quit ASAP. They are not worth it, be it that you need to learn tanking or they just suck.
I love my pala tank though. Its uber fun to lead the pack and determine the pace of the dungeon. However what also could be off putting is the fact that most people expect tanks to lead (I find this annoying too, sometimes you just want to follow orders and not think about it).