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September 10th, 2012, 00:46
Originally Posted by Drithius View Post
It remains a fun *casual* game for me. Little bit here, little bit there, some crafting here, there, etc.
That is my feeling - its fun to just log on for a bit and fool around. Explore, fight, maybe chat with a few folks.

I think many folks get a lot more out of MMO's because they PvP or really get into grouping. So the entire game is just an elaborate shell for socializing … just like many social events in real life.

Being more of a solo player in MMO's I need to have a guild with some chatty folks so I can chat while doing things. Open events are also useful to do things with people even if you don't get to know any of them - way to hectic and fast paced. Not like EQ1 where you had to sit for 10 minutes between each fight to heal/med and forced you to chat :-)

GW2 has the personal story, exploring and events to entertain me but not for extended periods.

Character is centrality, the impossibility of being displaced or overset. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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