So what will I be doing for the next 2 months as my subscription nears expiration?
I find it interesting that if I choose to not do certain things because I'm quitting its almost like quitting anyway.
For instance, I went on a shopping spree like most players when Season 4 started. If I happened to already have enough materials to enchant a few of the new stuff I purchased I easily did so. However when it came to purchasing gems off of the Auction House I struggled with whether I should even bother. Because I would need to farm for more gold.
Do I want to spend my last days farming for primals? Or do I want to jump into a battleground?
The answer is an easy one. And I find myself still running around with a several un-gemmed, un-enchanted items.
But the question I've pondered the most is should I bother getting the best enchants/gems if I'm going to quit?
Which leads to should I bother getting honor and arena points or running instances for gear if I'm going to quit?
Which leads to if I don't PvP or PvE I might as well not log on.
But I want to play and knowing I have a time limit encourages me to decide what is most important (read fun) to me. And quit playing for what is going to happen down the line.
A recipe dropped and I collect recipes, so instead of passing I rolled for it. Who cares if I'm not going to play tomorrow. Today I added to my recipe collection and that is part of having fun in the game to me.
What would you do if you knew you only had 6-months left to play? 3 months? 1 month?
I remember a guild member quit raiding because he knew down the line he would have to quit. He didn't want to take gear that other players would need and he also didn't want to take a slot that could be used to train his replacement. So as a result he ended up quitting raiding long before he quit the game.
I don't really want to do that. I don't want to pass on things and quit earning things and stop enchanting things because I know I'll be quitting. I don't want to be left standing around in Ironforge until my subscription runs out.
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