Hey guys it's Fearless again, and this time the question i have to ask of you has more of a "personal" dealing.
Ever since WoW hit shelves on November 23, 2004 it has received nothing short of universal acclaim, praise, love, and admiration in the world of gaming. It is nothing short of an American treasure. With hundreds of thousands of things to do, and millions of people to do them, if anyone has ever needed to waste a mere 5-10 or 15-30 hours in a week then WoW is the perfect subscription (pun sadly intended).
But enough of the daisies and tulips, it's time to get down to the grit and grime.
We all know that WoW can become similar to an addicitive drug to an avid player, but is this because of the recreational value, or the addicting qualities of accomplishment? A fun new experience graces the face of Azeroth, but within months the true opium bares it's head. Raiding and overall completionism may begin to pull and tug at the occasional user's psyche and produce something...undesirable.
Leveling becomes a need, and raiding becomes a chore to some, but they won't quit. Is this how you depict your experience after capping? Or do you still have great times raiding and socializing in Azeroth?
So without further adieu,
How fun is WoW to you?