While I don't quite feel like this, I am never the less done with World of Warcraft. At least until the next expansion.
I had fun working through all the new content with my main. I did every Cataclysm quest except for Uldum (I thought the desert was boring). I beat every Cataclysm dungeon on normal mode and almost every one on heroic mode. I didn't do any raiding, because at this point in my life I just don't care about raiding in the least.
I made some alts and experienced the shattering of the old world. I took them through questlines and through low level dungeons, some of which were nicely re-done. My Paladin alt leveled solely via the dungeon finder after level 15 which was a new phenomenon for me. My Priest ran a lot of the new quest content to see how much had changed. It made me appreciate the tighter quest chains in the shattering. I had a good alt experience overall.
Despite the fun and the criticisms that I had in Cataclysm the main reason I'm done is that WoW is the same old game. There are new levels, zones, quests, and raids but the gameplay hasn't changed that much. I love a variety of experiences therefore I'm done devoting so much time to WoW. I'm branching back out and playing other games that I love again.
Goodbye World of Warcraft, maybe I'll see you next expansion. Or maybe not.
This is a place for me to write down my thoughts on the world of gaming or any other subject that may catch my attention. Playing and discussing video games has been a big part of my life since I was a little kid. Although I hope to get comments and generate discussion, A Green Mushroom is mainly a spot for me to write about what I love, games.
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