Re: Bored with WOW
"Gatael" <gatael@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
All right, so I've played a two different classes in WOW. I tried the
Hunter to start out at I played till level 33 which was fun. I then
switch to a Rogue and leveled him up to 44, but now I find myself bored
with WOW. Now I'm not an everynight player, I play about 6-10 hours a
week and I figure I shouldn't be bored with the game all ready.
So I'm thinking that maybe I should try another class out and was
thinking either Priest, Warlock, or Mage. Anyone have any suggestions
which one might be a little more interesting to play? Or if you have
any other suggestions as to make WOW a little more interesting I'm open
My 2 cents when you're bored:
1) Play with other people (one could think this is a no brainer, but
it obviously isn't). I like grinding with a second player much more
than soloing an instance. A second player adds a lot of tactics, and
someone to talk/joke with.
2) Do instances. Yes, essentially an instance is nothing more but "clear
the place", instead of the outside quests which are "kill x of y".
But instances are unique places, and their content is a bit more
challenging than outside quests. Of course, you'll also need a group
for this (see (1)).
3) Play a class which is challenging, and offers a lot of possibilites.
I for myself like only 3 classes really good: Druid, hunter and
warlock. The druid for his versatility, the hunter and the lock
because having a pet means a lot more possible tactics. Get the hang
of the class you play, never stop asking yourself "what could I do
better?". This doesn't mean you have to press the most out of your
char, but as long as you can experiment with his abilities and think
about good tactics, it's interesting. It becomes boring at the
moment you sneak upon a mob, and know that after an ambush, 2 SS and
an eviscerate it will be dead.
4) If you don't want to group (you should!), then go questing. Try to
do those quests you barely can manage to finish. Running through an
easy, green quest might provide you some XP and loot, but mastering
a red one is more fun, because it's challenging. If you should be
out of quests (which is quite likely at your level) and have to go
grinding, pick mobs 2-3 levels above you.
To sum it up: Play with other people. If you don't want to, try to do
stuff where there's at least a chance you'll die, to keep it
Chris (soon out of cents)
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