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...So I did. I was in warhammer and was bummed on the lack of any kind of good PvE and said something about it in chat and they told me to go back to WoW.
So on Saturday I re-installed my old vanilla WoW. I don't have any expansions because I left about 3 years ago.
I'm actually having a real good time playing this. I was kind of hesitant to belive it at first, but even just the fact that the game is so well put together is something I totally forgot about playing games that just feel kind of clunky and not synced. Its really nice to see lots of people around and it being such an active bustling world. The game just runs so well and I never lag or get glitches. So I guess I'm gonna try and get my first char up to max level. (I never did when it was just vanilla.)
Warhammer tought me that I like PvP but not so much when I can't take a break for some good PvE.
Vanguard taught me that I really need other people around for a game to feel like a MASSIVE multiplayer game.
Tabula Rasa taught me that Richard Garriot has lost his damn mind.
UO taught me to love MMO's.
Asherons Call taught me to love exploring and going off the beaten path.
Now WoW has taught me to not be so elitist that I play games I don't enjoy to feel like im not a WoW kiddie.
I say all this because I think alot of people probobly feel the same way and I think alot of people act like these games aren't even about having fun anymore. I think I became one of those people and I kept buying games that weren't fun simply because I love MMOs but refused to be a "WoW player."