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Posted by Ancient Egyptian Cat-Gonk (Member # 14) on 05-16-2007, 01:25 AM:
Still somehow remember my password after all this time, wow.
So, anyone else quit WoW after TBC came out only to have one addiction replaced by another?
Posted by MewtwoSama (Member # 12) on 05-16-2007, 01:38 PM:
oh my shits, gonk still on interwebs
Posted by starCaliber (Member # 268) on 05-16-2007, 02:20 PM:
first triple digit member number post in an azure thread
Posted by 10,000Lb.Snorlax (Member # 13) on 05-16-2007, 02:39 PM:
I just login once a week for arena on my shaman :/
wow kinda boring now for me
Posted by Ancient Egyptian Cat-Gonk (Member # 14) on 05-16-2007, 09:04 PM:
quote:TBC really killed it, they completely dropped the ball. We used to raid like 4-5 nights a week, when we got to Khara everyone basically quit (I'd had enough when we killed Morose, haha).
Originally posted by 10,000Lb.Snorlax:
wow kinda boring now for me
Posted by 10,000Lb.Snorlax (Member # 13) on 05-17-2007, 11:53 AM:
good riddance imo. It's a fun game but I think it jumped the shark for me personally with the designers basically ignoring class balance issues for pvp. They took a stance that aims to please 'casuals' and in the process made every class pretty much a hybrid via unique abilities and talents. In the process hybrid classes such as myself got kinda cheesed.
it feels great to not have a current video game addiction - first time ever I think for me
[ 05-17-2007, 11:55 AM: Message edited by: 10,000Lb.Snorlax ]
Posted by novaSphere (Member # 2613) on 05-18-2007, 12:13 PM:
Nice timing. I just quit WoW last week (my account expires the 22nd), and I'm happily playing Diamond instead. It wasn't so much that TBC killed the game for me, it was that my guild was just completely gay after a huge influx of terrible applicants. That, and my guild master never had a proper role for me as a Paladin (no, you can go prot, but we're having feral druids and fury warriors tank over you anyway), so I got fed up and quit.
It does feel really good to be away from a serious videogame addiction, I agree. I feel really uplifted.
[ 05-18-2007, 12:15 PM: Message edited by: novaSphere ]
Posted by PikachuThunder (Member # 22) on 05-18-2007, 03:38 PM:
I quit last year in March. But got back into it in January.
When I quit, there wasn't that much going on for me (I was mostly content grinding and doing quests; I've never raided), and I was also wanting to check out City of Heroes. It was nice to be away from it, but after a while (and the make Love, Not Warcraft episode of South Park), I started to miss it.
I think taking time off from it helped me appreciate it more when I came back than if I had just stayed with it for all those extra months.
Posted by Face (Member # 1916) on 05-19-2007, 11:18 PM:
Hey look at me, I am editing this post
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Posted by Mewone (Member # 1694) on 05-20-2007, 04:18 PM:
You invented cancer, FYI.
Posted by Kiseiju (Member # 2421) on 06-08-2007, 08:46 PM: