All about the Grind

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  1. Blue Kae says:

    Everyone does seem to experience grinds a little different, don’t they. I have no problem grinding through quests, although I don’t like to think of it as grinding since I like to at least scan the quest text and pay slight attention to the story (although the major book quest in LoTRO are very good). At least with quests you get noticeable incremental improvement in XP and money and items, grinding mobs always seems slower to me (even if it is the same or faster). I remember watching my XP bar in EQ and trying to see if I got another pixel added to the XP bar or not.

  2. Brian Inman says:

    I don’t necessarily care for grinding, but know it’s all part of the game. I have never been a lore person so seeing the pve zones that I will never see again in end game have no meaning to me.

    I can usually force myself through the grind the first time, but each alt after that it becomes a job that I hate. They really need to make once you have a main that you can get double or triple xp, autolevel to the halfway point or something. They always say they want to keep the lower zones viable, but just log into Warcraft and Chuck Norris no longer lives in the Barrens. It is dead quiet. It is like a ghost town.