Cenarion Labs: Time vs Talent
With my interest in all things druid, I came across this post as another casual player has hit the wall with what they can accomplish in the game.
Fortunately for me, as a brand new 70, I have lots of things I can do in short amounts of time that will improve my character.
As this poster pointed out "There are two separate sets of people who play this game- those who are able to make the time commitment and those who are not."
I can actually make the time commitment, but I am no longer keen on doing so. Spring is around the corner, I've been playing WoW for a few years now. And I've reached another phase in my gaming.
You wouldn't think so based on this past weekend. I spent about 5 hours straight doing an instance Sunday. And while the time passed quickly - as I was playing on a new character - I came away realizing I don't want to do that again. Old habits die hard. I can easily get caught up in raiding and have to make a conscious effort not to do so.
This new phase of WoW involves me sticking to things that don't require a schedule or anything that will last more than 3 hours. That will leave me faced with the things on his list. When I get to that point it's either leveling yet another alt or taking a break. I can easily see myself in that druid's paws some day.
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