Count this as a warm-up post…
So I have been ocassionally visit Azeorth a bit recently. Although I am still busy around like a headless chicken, I really need sometime to let my brain take a break. Outside azeroth, there are much thing to do, eg. relative to visit, excerise, task planned to be done, pet project to finish… but sometime you just want to take some time off those brain twisting task and take a break.
As Gevlon defined, I am probably of the casual player group, it’s really no point for me to keep up with the endgame stuff, since probably cannot follow up the main stream grind and always left behind. And without having friendship like Gnomeaggedon had, there are really less point of raiding.
Therefore after my studyroom finish, My Wife join me on wandering Azeorth yet again, as a Worgen couples, Warrior and Druid pair, and when she’s not available, I started leveling my Worgen Priest thru LFD. Joining the Priesthood.
As I mostly online at peak hours, finding a group as a healer is not as bad (Although if tanking gurantee a instance queue) And I started my LFD and Questing combo leveling journey.
I was surprised how many instance I missed before (Although I have to take the same dungeon 3-4 time for the leveling). I totally missed Dire Maul and Scholomance through out my Wow Career, not worth running/too troublesome as people commented before. Now with LFD tools, we occasionally drop into those instance, and have some fun with it.
The runs however, is quite linear. Although I occasionally add some random factor, e.g. wand-ing those mob off, jump around or adding some DOT if I feel really confident. But other than some shield-less Paladin / Warrior tank, it’s kinda repetitive.But all in all, priest is a fun healer class to play with, no doubt
Until next time…
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