I love WoW: Legion but. . .


Let's get down to business. . .

Let’s get down to business. . .

Okay, I’ve been having a lot of fun in World of Warcraft: Legion. The leveling process has been exciting! The story has been incredible and there have been plenty of twists and turns. It’s been enjoyable to discover new patterns, push the goals of my class hall forward. As a Death Knight, our goal has been to do whatever the hell the Lich King says. He does not make requests, he does not ask. He makes demands, and you better carry them out! We resurrected the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Well, a new four horsemen, with a brand new leader! Once you hit level 110, you begin the arduous trials of Sarumar and helping the overthrowing of a vile leadership among the Nightfallen. The Nightfallen are Night Elves that are essentially heroin addicts. I mean mana addicts. Yes. Mana. And not drugs. HOW DOES IT FEEL, NIGHT ELVES? Made fun of the Blood Elves for so long, now it’s your turn. Assholes.

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Shout out to my guild over on Bloodscalp, .

It’s a real slog, Suramar. The Wardens World Quests and Nightfallen World Quests help a little bit, but on the whole the quests take at least as long as completing the other zones combined. World Quests can drop amazing gear to help you get prepped to do content. Hell, I’ve only done a small handful of Heroics and Mythics, and I’m pretty much ready to raid!  Some of the dungeons are gated behind reputation, so you have to just quest, and grind and wait. “But Jason, you dashing, wonderful man!” I hear you cry. “Isn’t that how all end-game content works?” And I would say “Of course it is! Shhh.” But that isn’t my complaint. My complaint is simply how much of it there is. None of this stuff travels across your account. It’s recommended that you complete every zone before you move on to Suramar, even if you’ll hit 110 way before that. So everytime you max a character, to get them as strong as possible and to move the story along you will have to do all of it. Every. Single. Time. It’s a nightmare and has really slowed down my want to level any other character. My Priest is at 106, and the rest are at 100. I’m hoping something will happen to speed up that rep grind elsewhere, or to make it less horrifying. I love the game right now, but the sheer amount of stuff to do is daunting. I take a break by Pvping though. I’m really loving the Honor Talents.

How are you guys doing in WoW? Or are you not playing? Do you want to?

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  • Clownsaurus

    I don’t want to, but that sounds like a step in the right direction. I liked original WoW more than the candy-ass version it’s turned into now.

  • Jaime Skelton

    I don’t mind it really, since I only focus on one character for end game and the rest just level casually. The professions changes however are a lot more insane – on my server flasks are running 1500 gold each right now, because of the difficulty of questing/research/unlocking things + the rarity of one of the required components.

    • Ragachak

      Everything profession related is so damn expensive on Bloodscalp. People can throw money around like water, because they will make it all back off people who are lazy. That part I kind of like at least. Hahah.

    • Jestra

      Everything is expensive but there’s a ton of gold on the market right now, add on the fact you can essentially buy gold now too from blizzard it’s going to increase costs, plus it’s the beginning of the expansion, everything will even out soon like always

  • Alzer

    I brought this up on the last article as well, but I like the amount of work required per character to move the story along. It really feels good to know that my time invested will be more long term. I would rather have one character put through a grueling story than to have 15 slide through in my sleep.

    • Ragachak

      I do agree on the story. I feel more vested than I ever have. I just feel that after a few 100s leveled, I’m going to be very weary of the story, outside of the class halls. But I love it more than I have in a very long time.