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TOPIC: Heading Back To WoW Classic Has An Unexpected Effe
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Back when WoW Classic first launched, I went ahead and rolled a character to run around on. I initially decided to go with Horde this time because the people I originally played World of Warcraft with all had wanted to be Alliance. This time though, I wanted to be Horde. I always enjoyed them, and the brief stint when I got to be Horde back in Cata was a blast. Plus, I wasn’t looking to recreate the experiences of my early years playing WoW. It was my first MMO, so there’s no recreating that experience. Everything is different, heck even what mods and resources are available is entirely different. Not to mention, I have changed a lot as a person as well. Trying to recreate that experience would be throwing effort after foolishness.To get more news about classic wow buy gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

At first, everything went well. I was enjoying the early Tauren experience and playing with no real goal in mind. This freed me to do whatever I wanted without feeling like I was wasting my time. I also took this method because I have no intention to raid in Classic. I did all of that, and it was great for then, but not now. Also, Classic is essentially a solved game. Part of what I enjoyed about it back then was figuring things out. However, since I had no real goals, I quickly became an infrequent player and honestly hadn’t logged in for months.

It was no surprise when I returned, my friends in my guild had all either moved on or stopped playing altogether. I kept on for a bit on my own, but it was far less fun than it had been previously. Spending hours standing around in cities trying to get a group together isn’t fun. I mean, I used to do that all the time. Heck, I used to organize regular pug raids. However, one side effect of having much less time per day to play is I found the time it took to put a group together to be incredibly frustrating, and it felt like a huge waste of time.

I knew the solution was I needed to find a new guild, but I also knew I was mainly interested in Classic again because I’m bored waiting on Shadowlands. I didn’t want to join a guild and have them help me with things when I know I’m going to disappear for a while in a month or so, and I’ll probably never reach a point where I am any help to anyone. Thankfully, it turned out some friends I used to play SWTOR and GW2 with have a stable guild going in Classic, and they didn’t care if I’d be a raider or not. Unfortunately, it did mean I’d have to head back to Alliance, which also meant I’d have to be a Night Elf again.
I’ve never really liked the other core Alliance races very much; I mean, I don’t hate them or anything, but they aren’t appealing to me. Humans in fantasy settings are often a hard sell because they are often dreadfully dull. Additionally, the female human models are not all that appealing either, and even worse, I have always really disliked the human female jokes. They are just REALLY not my type of humor at all. Dwarves and Gnomes are ok, but also, I tend to not like short races, which leaves me with Night Elves. Additionally, I wanted to level a Druid, so Night Elves are the only Alliance option for me.

I’ve always loved the Night Elf starting area. It’s beautiful, and just a fun series of quests, and I was happy to find the years had dulled my love of this experience, though I did find my memory of locations of things was very questionable. Or even which quests had similar locations so I could stack them together. Nonetheless, being back in this zone and hearing all the great music again has been a wonderful experience and far better than I had expected.
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