If it's not an elf, leave it on the shelf.
The bitch formerly known as Moon Blade
Night Elf Liberation Front N.E.L.F.
Something mean about trolls.
Sounds unhealthy. Have the forum trolls made you feel guilty lately?
I never get too nostalgic when playing, I still talk to all the same people years down the line, and we reminisce about the old days, but never get annoyed of feelings of nostalgia.
I just give into my nostalgia - I don't keep an active sub to WoW, but I browse these forums for updates and whenever I get a 7 day pass, I use it (9 accounts) and every two years - at the end of the expansion - I pick up the game for like 10 bucks usually on special somewhere, then I sub for a month, level to max and do all the quests, raids in LFR, scenarios, etc. I think the game is worth 25~30 bucks every two years, just not 410 bucks every two years.
Warcraft has too many good memories for me, too interesting a world to not level my druid and indulge myself
at least this way, I don't get burnout and the game remains something fun.
I hate feeling nostalgia. It's one of the worst things you can feel. Things that once were and that they will never be again.
Its like missing someone you love that you know wont come back. Damn it hurts and I hate it :/
thanks blizzard for ruining nostalgia?
I fight it with facts checking - just watch old raid videos and see how crappy things really where. We loved them because we had no comparison and didn't know anything better/different. When I played classic WoW I met a guy who came from Dark Ages of Camelot and he was nostalgic about his first steps in DAoC. Then I checked one of the "raid" videos from DAoC and knew that this was all in his head and the actual game experience was .... questionable. Same with classic/vanilla WoW content from todays point of view.
At least they had unicorns.
WoW classic video:
great dmg rotation...