I’ve slacked hard on keeping the blog updated since WoW’s launch. The reason for that is what I want to write about today. Legion has created a rats nest of ‘stuff to do.’ Every time I log in, I’m overwhelmed with ‘stuff’ that needs to be maintained.
Holy smokes, something to do in a MMO? #FirstWorldProblems much, Keen?
Yes, and no.
I like having stuff to do. As I have already written, I dislike the idea of being compelled or forced to do certain things in order to ‘keep up’ with what’s new and fresh, but that’s not necessarily all that this sense of busyness entails.
There are quests for everything!
Engineering? Yep I had to do a pretty involved quest line for that.
Hunter Class Order Hall? Better believe there was a long chain for that one.
Mining? A couple of quests, but objectives based around mining.
Getting order hall resources? Yep, lots of quests/dailies.
Artifact power? Yep, quests/dailies.
Unlocking more Mythic dungeons? Oh yeah, definitely daily quests.
My play time is essentially inundated with questing and actively doing things. Am I complaining? Yeah… sorta?… kinda? More of a justification for not posting a lot, I guess.
Perhaps my only true BIGGEST complaint is that I can’t make alts. I really like being able to bounce back and forth between classes. Right now I really want to make a Druid and a Paladin, but if I stop playing my Hunter for even one day I will fall behind incredibly. It’s almost like I have a set of chores that must be completed on my Hunter before I can go out and do something else.
Yet even as chores, most of the activities are fun. So that’s two #FirstWorldProblems in one post. I think that’s a record.