“I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.”
BfA: Personal Concerns
Okay! A new expansion is coming, maybe in a year. None of us knows, but I think next September is a safe guess. Maybe someone does know!
Legion forced me to focus on my Druid who became my sole main. Knowing what I know now, I might have played differently but I felt that with the Artifact weapon that I’d have to play my main to be able to raid well.
And, in Legion, I played in my Resto-Druid spec using a bodyguard. I really enjoyed it even though it was slower, it fit my speed as a human. I’m pretty slow-paced when it comes to questing and world stuff. This Druid has done everything in Legion.
In WotLK, Cata, MoP and WoD; my Druid would painfully level to max and work to get enough gear to run the first raid and then … stop. That character would only dungeon and raid and do group content; period. My Hunter, bless his heart, would be the Adventurer. This character would do all the rep grinds, exploration, loremaster, questing, fishing, cooking, treasures: the whole rest of the game.
It worked great and I love playing WoW this way. Again, Legion stopped all of that because the forced us hard to stick to a Main (and a main spec too it felt). Two words: artifact power.
In BfA, it looks like we’ll have another type of Artifact Power grind for our neck medallion. This is something that we cannot neglect if we want to raid and be powerful in our role. At-a-glance, it looks like I’ll be playing again like I did in Legion (which is depressing).
Will I get a bodyguard? Will they keep the Affinity talent?
I have some major concerns.
Now, I could simply change my role and tell my raid team that in BfA that I want to tank or dps. I’ve never tanked, so why not? Leveling up in tank spec sounds as weary as leveling up, questing, repping, grinding as a healer!
I’m not sure yet, I’d have to go back and read but I think our Medallion plays across all specs. I could level-as-kitty or level-as-boomy but when it comes to dps, I’d rather play my hunter.
I am worried that my experience will be the same as Legion. I was and am pretty optomistic and put the best spin on things but when Legion forced us to focus on my main, I worry that I’ll have to do the same for BfA — and that kind of blows!
How will you play (or even will you play) in Battle for Azeroth? I need a good Raid Solution.