Jan 11th 2011 8:39AM As a DPS I feel your pain, however, I usually find myself with enough to do while my queue pops. For the first one of the day, I'll do my fishing/cooking dailies followed by my faction dailies and by that point the queue usually pops (30-40mins). For the following queue, I'll then head to Tol Barad for their dailies and while I'm there I'll fish up the eels and the wreckage for great lewt while skilling up.
If I even make it to the the next queue I'll then level my archeology or go farm Elementium/Pyrite.
Blizz has done a great job in making sure people have things to do with 'downtime'.
Jan 7th 2011 11:32AM How many alts have you managed to run through Uldum a month into the expansion? I'm not trying to call you out, but you sound rather hardcore, at least in terms of play time. I think 90% of players don't mind the cutscenes if they aren't playing the game that often.
Dec 8th 2010 8:27AM nomnomnomnomnom
Dec 7th 2010 12:50PM Yesssss
Dec 7th 2010 10:06AM moarrrr
Dec 7th 2010 8:26AM Loe Dis
Dec 6th 2010 8:56AM ouuuuuuuuuuuuuuu shiny!
Dec 1st 2010 1:24PM The list is hardly a final - this is the end of blizzard and/or WoW. Those are just alleged timelines in which they have a goal.
Any company, especially those who are publicly traded like to have timelines that suggest certain product launch dates, it helps in the preparation of staff, viewing possible growth in profit in certain economic quarters etc etc.
If WoW is still profitable after the last expansion on that list, there will surely be another. The lore attached to WoW is almost endless.