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Hello Hello, Welcome my name is Del
I started Warcraft in early Vanilla as a Mage with a pally Twink for when i just needed to kill horde shamans.
Once BC a couple of friends returned to wow and asked i roll a character on their server, I agreed but for a difference let's try Horde.. So i rolled my Baby Orc Hunter which i loved and leveled her to 70 but could not find a raid group who take her. So i raided again on my mage, WOTLK was different though Hunter time was good. Before LFG came in i was tanking dungeons with a Gorilla, I was raiding i had it all but a good arena team but when WOTLK ended the lot of us gave CATA a try we didn't take to well to it and i really hated the focus change... so we quit... I've been gone since then got a college Diploma and been curious is wow much fun anymore.
Should i return as my Famous Orc Hunter on the Horde or maybe a Dwarf hunter i have sitting at level on my old ally server or start fresh if i play at all. I'm curious silently about Panda.
June 21, 2008
I still find the game fun, so my answer would be, yes, WoW is worth coming back to. The hunter class has undergone a lot of changes, but focus does feel good, and I think the class is still quite enjoyable.
Cataclysm was quite a shake-up - in terms of content, gameplay and class mechanics - and much of it was kind of a let down, I thought. MoP feels much better as a WoW expansion, and the landscapes are gorgeous. MoP made leveling fun again, plus leveling seems to go very quickly these days. Whether you decided to re-roll as a Dwarf or dust off your Orc, either way it won't take long to start experiencing Pandaria.
I haven't done much in the way of dungeoning or raiding in this expansion, but the scenarios are a nice addition, and the Brawler's Guild is a blast. PvP is still quite a thrill, and getting geared for it is much easier now in MoP.
If you're a "fun-seeker" then, yes, I still think WoW offers enough to keep one engaged. If you're main goal is to be at the bleeding edge of content progression, then you'll probably still eventually face the same grind burnout, but that's nothing new.
Another thing to consider is that the world keeps getting smaller, so finding groups for things is becoming easier without the need for an active, progressive guild. In 5.4, arena teams can be x-realm!
Let us know what you decide to do!
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