Let's wake up in the morining, and play up to 6 in the afternoon to level that panda or new char or whatevs and then spend 2 hours playing with the auction house selling/buying things and then wait from 8 to play in a guild until 12 o clock in the night and then before you sleep try to satisfy your selfimage of a polymath by watching a few news and series and then repeat the next morning.
Sure, one could say go PvP and stop playing the grinding jobs in the game but even that is so limited, at the end of the day it's just highly skilled use of computer peripherals with some limited research on math. It's like an FPS game in that and it's not really an alround activity that would satisfy a human beyond the age of 14 or the intelligence of it for prolonged periods.
You're not addicted, you're choosing to play and ain't got anything more interesting competing for your time. Addiction to games = blaming games for your bad character.
I've been true to WoW for soon 5 years, never unsubbed once and I still have plenty of stuff to do that >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> playing this game in terms of priority. Not sure what your point is with this thread tbf.
Originally Posted by Drefan
I guess the main reason people think Vanilla was harder is due to raid sizes, but if u can basically stand in 1 place spamming 1-3 buttons and not even react to mechanics whats hard about it?
I've been top-tier raiding since vanilla so I'd like to think I know what I'm talking about