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Anyone Think It Is Worth Returning To WoW At This Point?



  • waynejr2waynejr2 Member EpicPosts: 7,768
    Originally posted by Celcius
    Originally posted by ImperatorBellus
    Originally posted by Celcius

    Depends. Do you want to raid? If you don't want to raid I don't think it is. There are a ton of better PvP games out there as well. You may like garrisons (basically daily quests wrapped in a nice package) for a little while, but chances are that they will grow tiring after sending out guys on missions for a few weeks. Basically unless you like raiding then you will end up "progressing" by praying to the RNG gods that you get raid missions. 


    Also dont let anyone fool you about garrisons. They are not housing. They are a facebook minigame thrown into a group of pre-set buildings with a variety of daily quests that you select from. 

    What other MMO's pvp do you think is so much better?

    Pretty much all of them! Mainly though: GW2, SWTOR, ESO, Rift, DAOC (still), and maybe Tera. I think it depends on what kind of pvp you are looking for. If you are looking for battleground style pvp SWTOR might be the best option, with Rift being a close second. If you are looking for highly skill based PvP: GW2/ Tera. If you are looking for open world (rvr style) pvp probably GW2 or ESO. 

    Oh oh, one last edit! FF14 might be a better raiding game then WoW. 

    GW2?  lol.  I can't take you seriously anymore.  bye.  

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  • GrummusGrummus Member UncommonPosts: 131

    There have been too many changes for old players with established play styles or things they enjoy.


    But a newer player or one that's not jaded who can return with a group of friends may have a great time.


    It's possible, if you're not burnt out entirely, and have someone else to play with so it's not so tedious or repetitive. 

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