People actually spend their money and time on WoW only to do Korthia daily grinds? Why? Every single player game out there provides much better experience than WoW Korthia grinds. You can even pause in those games. I always imagined my hell to be place where you are forced to do wow dailies only everyday and Its astonishing that there are people actually doing that in real life.
i know this is good for a lot of players who dont raid/m+/pvp. But i can´t get how people got to level 6 of codex if they don´t care about the high end content. i just can´t do korthia all days- Im 248 with my main and im like 3k in level 5. i just hate korthia. At least you can buy those thing account wide in next patch, but since you need a lot of resources is wat easier just do m+
I upgraded the 11 pieces of Korthia gear on my main this week. I do not raid since my guild died a while back and I reject M+ as an excuse for content.
Nice to see the casuals have something to look forward to. Y'all destroyed the game.
WoW is at a very premium price for a very mediocre game if you aren't engaging in the mmo parts of the mmorpg. If you're in it for the single player content and not doing any of the raids, dungeons, or PvP, there are a lot better games out there for much cheaper for that single player experience of collecting, farming appearances, achievements, doing the daily gameplay loop, smashing lower level content you outscale, ect. I'm not saying anyone should quit if they're enjoying the game, but man are you spending way too much for what you're getting.
This has made 0 sense from day one. Mains doing at least hc have had access to 239+ loot for months. As for alts, lets be honest, no alt has tier 6 codex. And even if some do, they def have been doing hcs on these alts if they've been farming codex again. So anyway you look at it, completely pointless this far into the tier.
Some people work irregular hours, are on call, work nightshifts and so on. Getting regular groups simply is difficult for a number of people. The next issue is the toxic atmosphere in a lot of random groups you are getting. Even if you get in one: Where is the "MMO"-part? Nowadays the majority of people don't even say hello or goodbye, the chat is silent. Some groups are ven complaining when someone dares to chat instead of fight. It might be provocative, but I've sometimes I think nobody would bother if the other players from LFR and LFG or quest groups simply would be replaced by silent, AI controlled bots - because there's no difference in today's WoW. Just yesterday I grouped up for some world quests, as usual everybody leaves as their own objectives are complete, staying in the group for two, three minutes more until everyone has it done? Impossible. I always stay until everybody has finished their quest and got some thanks for staying and keep helping, even though the others left already.Unless you have a fixed, regular group with at least somewhat regular hours of gaming, I dare to say the "MMO" part of WoW has been dead since a few years now.
You can't really be a "casual" if you have unlocked level 6 already. I am a casual. I am weeks away. I also do mythic dungeons and raids here and there though not consistently. I already don't need a 233. I am grinding this rep purely for mount and may be conduit. Still need 8k rep!
I like how people who play "casually" become so defensive about that one comment. But the reality is if you're playing for tmogs, pet battles, achievements and mount farming you couldn't care less about an upgrade of your gear. Gear stats is exactly for people who are not playing casually. It's for those who do raids, m+ and those who try to minmax their character. If you're doing LFR/Heroic Dungeons/Timewalking/Casual PVP it won't matter at all because there will probably be a 245 guy who literally does the tripple of your damage. The only thing I could think of would be doing solo Torghast. But to me it doesn't seem wise to talk about ilvl there as it's pretty much unbalanced for different classes.