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World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:46 pm
by Blue
I don't know why, but I woke up, and found a Scroll of Resurrection in my inbox.

Guess I'll be coming back now.. :x

Anyone still play?

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:51 pm
by fathom123
I kicked the drug years ago. But have fun. I have friends that still play though.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:54 pm
by Blue
I'm not really into WoW I like I was during Vanilla and TBC. I skipped out on WOTLK and played off and on during Cata. I can't get addicted to this game anymore, to be honest with you.

I was addicted before because I wanted to explore everything. Now you just sit in Stormwind, waiting for your queue to pop up.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:23 am
by fathom123
I know exactly what you mean. I'm in the same boat. I just got burnt out on it. Plus if you are not on every day, you don't get your daily stuff which means you get lesser gear, which means your guild doesnt want to use you for anything. It started feeling like a job after I got home from work lol.

I worked the Auction House like a boss though.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:47 am
by Blue
I played it for about 20 minutes on my new level 80 Gnome rogue. Got really sick of doing the quest grind again.

Rerolled as an uninstall wizard. :lol:

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:41 am
by fathom123
Rerolled as an uninstall wizard. :lol:
LOL!

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 1:21 pm
by blacksinow
I don't ever plan to come back to this game. It was good while it lasted, but cataclysm felt more like an insult.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:00 am
by EarthCow
As a Tauren warrior prot tank.....

The game continued to go downhill after TBC. WOLTK was fun. When it came out though I quit after hitting level 80 in disgust. I then came back to the game. I became a fan of AoE tanking dungeons. Then in Cata teir 11 was amazing but everything else was an insult to WoW. Now with this latest Panda game coming out..... I was going to try it but I am completely disgusted with the changes there making to warrior. Shield block used o cosat 10 rage. Now it will cost 80.

On a werid side note im a lucid dreamer and when I was typing that it flashed in my memory that the icon for the move SHIELD WALL was in my dreams last night. hrmmmmmmm?

-Moooo! When you mine!

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:05 am
by EarthCow
I recently was playing on some TBC private servers. They were fun and it was very relaxing to sit in thunderbluff but because of blizzards terms of use, the ppl that made the servers has to write there on code for the servers. Therefore some of the moves wouldnt work. Also NPCs were very buggy :(

The one server made me lvl 70 instantly when they found out I was a tank though! lol, I tanked a Shadow Labs run..... It was a lot of fun :) too bad the class abilites didnt work correctly or I would still be playing :/

Thunderbluff I miss your paradise of Cows

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2012 9:33 am
by Blue
I used to play on a lot of private servers too, but now it's hard to find one that isn't Pay 2 Win. It sucks.

TBC is my favourite. I had like 80 days of Playtime on my UD Warlock. Rerolled as a NE Hunter (I like Shadowmeld X.X) and leveled up in less than a week because of the new leveling patch, and ran Kara a few times (which is still my favourite dungeon in the game).

Then I just.. quit. Huge burn out, I guess. Came back to Cata and really didn't like it. WOTLK looked even worse, from what I've played of it. Far too easy and doesn't seem rewarding.

The community also went so downhill since I stopped playing in TBC. I'm assuming WOTLK is at fault for that?

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:35 pm
by mxlpx
I play once in a while but yeah, not as addictive as it once was...thankfully.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 6:50 pm
by matykero
Hey there,

am covering all bases to make myself and Guild easier to find.
Having looked long and hard for a Christian Guild, EU, in WoW, discovered that there weren't any, so I have set one up.

It's a Horde Guild on Terokkar called <Stand>, as in Matt 5:15, Mark 4:21, Luke 8:16, Luke 11:33 and Eph 6:14-20

Guild Master is Armyofme (Orc Hunter), though my main is Deadlove (Undead Rogue). I've all my alts in there and we're @ Guild Level 8 currently. Please be aware that I am not restricting access to only Christians, but wanting to make a Christ centred Guild where all are welcome. A bit like a church with open doors.
If you are a Christian and play WoW, you are most welcome in helping me to build this.
If you want a look at the Guild, toons and stuff, most up to date is Warcraft's battle.net site
Go to Community and search the Guild or Characters for a nosey.

Any questions, please ask, and feel free to contact ingame or through here. Looking forward to hearing from you soon

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 6:56 pm
by Blue
I'm back on WoW again. Couldn't resist the shiny new expansion (and it's new price). Anyone play on the US side?

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 5:31 am
by dxdiag
I ain't playing anymore, I guess 6 years is way too much for everyone (I played since 1.12), but it's still bring the nostalgia out of me. I can't believe how many hours I invested in this game and how much fun it was to play it with friends, especially in the first year when I was discovering new stuff everywhere.
Oh, and when we got to stranglethorn vale (or better known as ganglethorn vale) we had so much fun fighting against the alliance.
Now, meh, I don't know, it doesn't have the same vibe.

Re: World of Warcraft

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:48 pm
by Blue
Agreed. Everything feels very linear now, and the sense of mystery is gone.

However, every expansion truly feels like the next chapter in an enormous trilogy. The execution is amazing for an MMO.

I like how Mists of Pandaria is a lot more like the older expansions mixed with Cataclysm. There's more exploring to do! Which is one of the main reasons why I love MMORPG's.