Massively Casual Tanking

Tales of a casual Death Knight in World of Warcraft

Reaching that much desired “casual mindset”

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One of the things that always stands in my way of truly enjoying a MMO game is progression. Making your character maxed-out. And yes, even non-raiding people can max out their character, it just doesn’t include a bundle of epics.

I no longer feel the need to min-max every little thing about my characters. And I’m loving it. And the best part is, it doesn’t even matter. World of Warcraft (unless you are raiding heroics and stuff) has been made so incredibly easy and insta-satisfaction, doesn’t require you to do this anymore.

How is this going to play out? I have no idea.
I’ve joined a ‘mature’ non-raiding guild some time ago. Mostly alt-lovers and very casual players. I’m one of the younger members with my 34 years. I do believe this has a lot to do with my change in attitude towards the game.

I’ve started a Paladin alt (protection) to see how they play as a tank.

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Written by Beetle

June 21, 2011 at 2:56 pm

Posted in World of Warcraft

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