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ExtraLife – Scott Johnson’s Comics, Podcasts, Blog, Artwork, Humor and MORE! » Blog Archive » The View From the Top: World of Warcraft

Scott has a great link to a blog posting about someone who has left WoW after being one of the SuperStars of that game.

I often wonder how the folks from the big guilds of DAOC feel now that they have left. How’s Kiamar? How are the folks from … omg I forgot the name of that mid guild on Guinevere that would cause fear in the Albs at the MGs in Emain.

Anyway, my obsession with MMORPGs is over, I still like to play, and I’m going to be playing on Tuesday nights … and that’s pretty much it. No more waking up at 2 am for an early morning RvR or PvE raid. No more waking up in the morning, walking to the PC and never leaving. Just a healthy, once a week or so habit. Maybe twice a week, you know, if there’s a good raid or something. When Warhammer comes out, it might be three times a week, Sunday mornings definately. Maybe I’ll log back into Guinevere and see if I can’t give Asgenar a good home there …. how bad would it be to finish those Master Levels. That new DAOC expansion is coming out … maybe it will bring more players to the game. I’m digging the Priest in WoW, maybe I should ….

5 Replies to “ExtraLife – Scott Johnson’s Comics, Podcasts, Blog, Artwork, Humor and MORE! » Blog Archive » The View From the Top: World of Warcraft”

  1. Talking about Rel Por? I wished I played during that period, especially after hearing all the talk about the Old Emain and how fun it used to be. I hope Warhammer comes through. I keep reading on forums about the “oldtimers” that are coming back for it. But I’d be afraid that the game will be like every other, and will dull easily. That better not happen!

  2. Rel Por…wow such an amazing guild… I just started playing DAoC right when they were taking over all of the 8mans…even the alb zergs…

    I had videos they came out with on a CD somewhere—-anyone who has been playing DAoC ever since the release—knows and respects Rel Por when they were in full effect.

    Good stuff, good times 🙂

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