“A vegetable garden in the beginning looks so promising and then after all little by little it grows nothing but vegetables, nothing, nothing but vegetables.”
The Break to Classic
Our raid team in the guild is now officially on hiatus, probably for a month or until people begin expressing interest again. Having always raided, this can make one worry.
We are assuming that the zeal for Classic will fade and the desire to play BfA will return but what if it doesn’t? What if people play deep into Classic and get tired of it and then BfA seems a burden with its daily demands to sustain a character?
What I like about my Classic experience is that I just don’t give a damn, my dear. There is no urge to excel on any level or to impress anyone with my mad skills. My character is a tiny bit stuck with quests to run to Ashenvale but I’m level sixteen.
In Classic, the travel is a burden. We know that. We have the Numb Lock key and a dazed slouch in our chair. I hope that the next expansion has a ton of real estate to explore. These big zones are cool.
One reason our raid team lost steam is Lady Ashvane on Heroic. It is a hardy dps and healing check and the design is that we’d down the first three bosses over and over until we are geared enough. Those three are not enough to fill two nights of raiding.
I can’t tell our players what to do but getting our neck pieces to 65 during our hiatus would make all the difference when we return to group play. But, I understand, this may be the death of guild raids for me.
The Killsaw toy drop is awesome. For a hunter, it replaced their weapon with a gun that has moving pistons on it and a cog-plate on the player’s back.
For other players, it is circular saw blades spinning sparks in the hands.
It is pretty cool.