I had just gone 0-6 playing Oil Rogue. The losses were to Mech-heavy decks, which can quickly populate and repopulate following AoE insults (Blade Fury). Having spent one Blade Fury, finding the second copy becomes critical to live long enough to assemble the win condition. In addition, another challenge was arising- eliminating a taunting minion from the board in order to hit the face and win the board/hit face again with Blade Fury.
Friday, March 13, 2015
Thursday, August 6, 2009
The repetitive nature of PvE prompted my exodus from WoW. Now, there is the prospect of XP in PvP.... PvP is certainly much more interesting than PvE. Human opponents have the AI thingy down pretty well. I think Turing would be proud.
Is XP in PvE engough to warrant a return to WoW?
1) Leveling occurrs about every 3-4 weeks, given a casual player dedication of about 5-8 hours per week.
2) Gear upgrades could be had on a slightly quicker time frame.
With the current honor system, I think the gear upgrades are likely a pipe dream. Perhaps PvP quest objectives would help with that goal. XP would likely be rewarding on discrete BG objectives as well as overall victory.
If this type of thing gets up and running, I think I'd likely return to WoW with a nice cat dps/healer dual spec and enjoy the challenge of leveling against human opponents, which I find vastly more exciting than killing 10 rats.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
So Blizzard has decided to reskin druid forms and all they allow are some new, quasi-gnarly tattoos? Please show me what they look like from the rear view- the only druid view that matters.
Posted by TD at 6:01 PM
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Should I come back to WoW for dual specs?
Nope, still have to kill 10 foozles all the way to 80.....
Exodus of The Kaplan to another game means no third expansion....they are out of lore anyway.
For those wondering if they should stop playing WoW- I would recommend canceling your account for 3 weeks cold turkey. No blogs, no WoWInsider or other web stuff, just get it out of sight. If you miss it so much after 3 weeks, go on back. Otherwise, enjoy a WoW-free life.
I certainly am.
Posted by TD at 4:03 PM
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Wow just isn't new or interesting at this point. I don't think the flavor of the added druid abilities or the revamp of the old abilities makes me feel that I've gained anything incrementally fun on my main. While the game has opened-up considerably for casuals, I still find the reward horizon much to long for the benefits.
Ida, go play a Death Knight?
No thanks. It has taken me quite long enough to level to 71. I don't care to repeat any part of Outlands even though progressing into Northrend with a new class would probably keep me interested enough to continue in WoW. Organizing all the add-ons I've come to depend on just to play through zones I have already seen just isn't very compelling.
I feel that the next release of WoW or next Blizz MMO will gather my $15/month. As for now, the only thing in-game I am enjoying is the AH, which probably isn't worth $15 RL dollars per month.
Under what circumstance would I stay?
1) If I could start another class (rogue) at my current level, I'd likely stick around for that.
2) Insta-level my 71 to 80 for $15 to get into raids and PvP.
I really just hate leveling. It is so boring. The plots are so mundane and uninteresting and the process is just too slow. Professions have also become quite useless. I need a game with quicker rewards.
The stick is just too long and the carrot seems to be the same carrot from TBC.
All that being said, I may stick around or come back. But for now, dear readers, I will be investing some time in some other blogs.