Just not Feeling it

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  1. ogrebears says:

    I second that.. Amen!!!

  2. ogrebears says:

    well accidentally hit return before i finish my comment.
    My guild has been slighting different. I believe the difference is we have a lot of wife/husband teams, and they will leave together or get together and level. And a lot of the people who would end up by them self will join them. Also i don’t know if it cause of the server or what, but if someone need help doing something in my guild 1/2 the guild is will drop what they are doing and go help. Maybe thing will change now that are first RoK raid is planed for this weekend.

    But i do aggree with a lot of what you and Average Joe and a lot of other (my self included) have been saying

  3. Mythokia says:

    Doesn’t help that every other night when I get home (4am PST), theres always a 1 hour server maintenance that somehow drags on to 3 hours, leaving me with no chance to play the game at all.

  4. Borgio says:

    Ouch, im still yet to join in with RoK (Although I hit 70 last night, go me!) as im waiting for my wife to catch up so still busy doing old school dungeons at the moment, but this sounds so bad. I played WoW since launch and got totally fed up with the game, I dont really want to be playing another game which is in essence a carbon copy, just not done as well!

    I think that it may feel ok for my wife and I as we will do nothing but duo, and if one gets ahead on a quest then we help the other catch up. Time will tell.
    As for the guild drama, I really feel for you. I remember having some drama on Oasis before I transferred off to join the Euro servers, wasn’t pleasant. All I can say is keep looking for that guild that is right for you. Im lucky enough to be in a very mature guild (with many married couples I might add) which makes the game a lot more fun!

  5. Shadowgeist says:

    Its natural for any expansion to have a hangover period. Everybody was just way too interested in hitting 80 right away and taking on the higher content immediately. In my opinion they should have seperated the instances like they did in every other tier. One for 70-73, one for 73-76, and the rest 77 with a couple harder ones for level 80s. Instead, they just gave us 10 “free” levels and some gear that makes all my fabled gear from t7 look like crap. In 3 weeks – 3 weeks!!! – there are NUMEROUS raid guids at endgame content again. It wouldn’t be a problem if they were releasing expansions every 2 months… but we’re not getting a new one for a year! I think what most people are coming to that realization now and it’s killing motivation.
    Just my opinion.

  6. Lader says:

    personally, i dont mind the expansion so much…its going to be hell grinding all my alts up to 80 soloing the same quests over and over and over again. Grind groups are nonexistant because the exp is simply far better in questing or old world grinding. also, guilds are ready to raid the endgame boss, 3 weeks into the expansion. it shoudlve taken FAR more time to get to Trak’anon. so, we now have 11 months of repeating quests on alts (which have a sort of linear thing), doing rok raidzones or eof raids to fill the time between zones (since all of t1 raids take about 30 minutes or less), and farming mobs for masters (and when released, epic quests). For rok being so huge, it just doenst feel like theres much to do. /shrug, the best part always was/is/will be raiding, so ill keep playing 😛

  7. Someone says:

    There are 3 more instances still in the works and at least 3 more raid zones. Hopeully they will learn from their mistakes. Unfortunatly we all suffer from one mjor defect.. being human. We can all learn fom then so we do not make them again.

  8. Griss says:

    What has RoK meant to me?
    Well I have found myself not logging in for the past 3 days now – and I normally log in religiously for at least an hour every night, just like some people may read a book before bedtime.
    I used to have 4 characters, one from each archetype – Fighter, Mage, Scout, and healer.
    Now I find I only play Mage (Wiz) and Scout (Swash) in the new expansion because of their high DPS.
    For the first time in ages – the small casual guild I belong to has lost a few members who have migrated to bigger guilds for raiding and instance play.
    I don’t wish to sound like I hate EQ2 now – but it is going to mean a change of play for me. No more is it worth logging in for an hour to have a quick run around and kill stuff.
    Perhaps I will start a new character and play through the old zones that I have not visited in a long time, and will call level 70 end of game for a while.
    I have even thought about using my laptop to 2-box, although not sure if I will like doing that yet – going to try the weekend with a 7-day trial account.

  9. Shylor The White says:

    Yeah, they are making this game like wow to much. And why am I reading this. Well the servers are down…again 🙁 This is sad to read. I remember that new game box smell, and now it smells a bit rotten. I wish we could see some revamp of old content and get off this cycle of beta release beta release beta release!

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