Adventures in Altitis

Therapy for Re-Rolling Addiction

20 Something Druid Woes

I’ve been really focused on my druid since my last post. I’ve broke the 8k gold point on the server and leveled to 24 tonight. I broke down and respec’d feral. I really felt bad about it, but there is simply no gear for a leather caster worthwhile and being decked out in cloth just didn’t seem valid. I know it’s mostly what leather-wearing casters end up wearing, but I don’t have to like it. Plus, since my druid is a Leatherworker, I could make most of the gear I would want to wear as a kitty.

Anyway, I ran BFD. It was the first instance I had run in a while, and since I just respec’d, I needed the random gear to fill out my cloak slot. The run went fairly smoothly except we got stuck with a couple of hunters that just did stupid things. The first died and then I couldn’t find his corpse to ress him, and instead of running back to the instance, he just complained for the 5 mins. in chat while we continued to kill things. He was replaced by a hunter that lit all 4 braziers at once in the room before the final boss. Needless to say, we didn’t ress him and just killed the final boss without him.

I really feel bad because it is these players that give hunters a bad name. of course, I’ve seen other classes do the same stupid stuff, but no one pulls out a┬áderogatory┬áname for them. I don’t know, I’m just getting tired of stupid things being done by stupid people in these groups.

I really want to find a guild to level with. I think that would be beneficial to keeping myself interested in this character. I know that when I leveled a Night Elf Rogue when Lich King came out, it was because I was in a guild that had a goal of raiding later and leveled together. I was soon outleveled in that guild, but it didn’t matter because there were still people I could talk to while I leveled. For being such a social game, I have just as much difficulty meeting people as I do in real life. I guess it just really shows the truth of my personality.

September 1, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment