Tuesday, April 19, 2011


WoW boredom has officially set in for my friends and I. We got tired of running regulars. My wife and my friend's wife are not ready for heroics. There is not much else to do.

My wife is probably going to cancel her account when her subscription is almost up.

Despite finding the new Zul instances an interesting addition, I am not sure if I will be doing them. I really enjoyed instances for a long time. Now they are just a grind. I want to get into an instance and be done with it with minimal problems. I dont want to wipe constantly on anything.

I am about as casual as they come these days. The only thing that I actually log on for is to post auctions and craft which is somewhat enjoyable still.

I dont instance. I dont pvp. I dont do much of anything other than make gold.

Rift has been taking a few WoW players, but it does not really interest me.

I have been more interested in the upcoming Old Republic. We are all going to play it and have already pre formed out guild.

Anyone else planning on playing OR?

I am also playing a ton of Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer.

What are you guys doing to stave off boredom?


Forreststump said...

Rolling... not one, but TWO warriors. *gasp*

It is the only thing keeping my account active.

Anonymous said...

If you're looking for new backdrops (considering the lack of innovation in Cataclysm), Rift is enough like wow to give it a try.

I enjoyed it for a time, but the first "Go, go, go" I heard as a Rift tank made me question subbing past the first month.

Jonathan said...

Playing Guild Wars, mostly. I'm looking forward to GW2, and am trying to complete the GW storylines in the meantime. Inexpensive ($30 gets you the GW Trilogy and there is no sub), entertaining and has an end point, so I'm not in another "endless" MMO when what I want to play comes out.

Nobody said...

Magicka. Dawn of War 2.
crafting - IRL