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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Vantricular View Post
    do yourself a big favor and take a break from playing WoW, and read the books. I have been playing since vanilla as well and was in the exact same boat as you. Did LFR Deathwing maybe twice and reflected on the game and was like "...fuck. this game blows now" Boy was I wrong

    I have such an amazing newfound love for the game and really enjoyed taking my time leveling a draenei(have been Horde for 6.5years), and enthralling myself in the lore. It makes you actually care about the game. Almost as much as the feeling that you had when you first started playing WoW.

    I have always been an avid PvP'r, and now that is so much more fun because I'm playing to have fun and enjoyment, NOT for KB's and to qq at afk'rs.

    Make the game yours, and enjoy yourself. Why pay for any other reason?

    P.S., IMO, read the books chronologically in Warcraft time. Rise of the Horde --> The Last Guardian for the first two
    COULD NOT AGREE MORE!!!! its such an amazing reset after playing for 7+years

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Kiea View Post
    That depends on what you define casual, because it is a bad word that has 100 different meanings.

    I play the game 6-8 hours a week, and majority of those are spent raiding, and I would call myself casual.
    Casual in relation to hardcore raiding, yes. Casual in relation to 3x a week guilds? Assuming 4 hrs a day, slightly, yes. Casual in relation to PuG raiding, no. These raid one evening a week.

    However what hobby does cost you 6-8 hrs of time a week? Time which you HAVE to spend on it?

    PS: If you were world 27 25m with 6-8 hours raiding that's quite an achievement.
    "When i am done with you, you won't trust your own mind."

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