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The Gaming Gospel

I write about everything that goes with MMORPGs

Author: Limitations

It's A Rough Road [P6]

Posted by Limitations Sunday March 15 2015 at 11:39PM
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While writing all of this, it has brought back a lot of memories, and a lot of fun back to writing. It’s more personal, so I have a lot more freedom, a lot more to write about than just talking about the game. That is the main reason I’m on part 6 right now, but you know… Whatever works right? We’ve covered a lot of stuff so far, but there is still a lot more to cover, and it’s going to be awesome I promise. I want to clarify somethings about series I have worked on, and currently working on. I’ve already done this before, but like… I want to give a little more information on what is going on.

Destiny: I haven’t wrote about it in forever, and yes I still have drafts in my book/drive, but it’s on a halt right now. I’m streaming it daily, which is one of the reasons I have halted it. I mainly talk a lot about what’s going on while playing, and it’s taken over the writing portion of it. It will resume though, I assure you. I’ve gotten a lot of response from the series, and I will continue to write about it. Don’t you all worry!

World Of Warcraft: Another one that will be coming back. It’ll be back in the coming weeks, with new information on Patch 6.1, and how my Horde side is doing. I put it on a halt because of other games that came out, and other opportunities that came along, but it’ll be back.

The Secret World: I left at part 2, but part 3 will also being coming back. The game had corrupted, and I had to reinstall about 4 times, before I could even log on to the game, and when I did I had a lot of weird glitches and such, so it was on a small halt because of that. Still playing the game, and writing drafts along with this series. Promise! It’s still a fun game, and where I am taking it will make it fun for you all to read as well.

I think a lot of the time I get overwhelmed with everything, and I sort of just pause it all. Remember when I took a break? That was because of all of that as well. It’s just writing though right? Yes, but it’s important to me. As silly as that may sound, it’s true. That’s how I like to treat it. I remember trying to limit myself to a certain amount of games, reduced it to two, but that didn’t work out as planned. Also, meeting my girlfriend has taken a little stump on everything… She’s not really a gamer. I’m currently getting her into Hearthstone though, so it’s a small start… I’ll eventually get her there.

I may have to in the future force myself to talk about one game, and that’s it. It would be a terrible shame to do so, but I might have to. Hopefully not in the near future, but much later on. I’m not going to think about it to much until it comes, because that would be such a hard decision to make you know? That would not be a fun decision at all. Let’s put this in the back of our minds until that point comes, am I right?

I think I am my biggest problem, my biggest critic. I often ponder if I am boring everyone, how I could switch things up. I over worry about everything in my life, I am constantly over thinking things. I often treat life like a game of chess and I must think two plays ahead to make it through, but of course that usually ends up hurting me in the end. I’m analyzing this post more than I should to make sure I don’t sound like a goof, but usually I do… It’s something I never seem to win. The one thing I will never change though is cursing. I have never used curse words in my blogs. (I don’t count Damn, or Hell). I like to keep things clean when telling a story or something like that.

I wish that would apply to my gaming habits, especially in like Heroes Of The Storm, or Dota 2. I have a Sailor’s mouth, which I am working on I promise. In story telling though, I want to keep everything clean, PG content. That may be a turn off to some people, but it’s a must to me. You would think I would already do that in normal day to day life, but I don’t sadly…

Anyways, I would like to touch on something else. I would like to talk a lot about World Of Warcraft. I think the remaining portion of this post will be on it. I hope you can bare with me, it’s gonna be a trip down memory lane, and on how I see the game now. I know it could be in a seperate post, but I thought I would just do it in this one to save time, and don’t blow you all up with multiple stuff. Aren’t I just nice like that? (Fail.) So let’s get started shall we? I think it’ll be fun!

Just a head’s up I will be changing the name of the World of Warcraft series. I need it to be “me” in a sense and have a unique name instead of “Warlords Of Draneor” You know? It needs to be different, and unique. You will see a [P3] but it will have a name akin to what I am writing about. As far as what’s been going down in the game, there is a lot going down, mostly good things though. Still having fun exploring all the changes, and playing it about every single day now.

I’ve been playing on and off since Vanilla, and playing more and more since MoP was released, and now WoD. What exactly happened during those “breaks”? Usually the same thing happens, it’s not really out of boredom, it’s because something new and shiny came out. I can’t name exactly the games that made me stop playing, but you sort of get the idea you know? I can name a few, but not all. It’s really one of my faults in life, is to get the most shiny thing out there. I do this with all the phones. I had a perfectly acceptable Nexus 5, but I wanted to get the latest and greatest Nexus 6. Even though the Nexus 5 was perfect for me, I eventually got the Nexus 6 (Which I replaced with a LG G3).

I hate doing that you know, It’s not only a waste of money, it’s just a waste of time. Phones and games may be different but the scenario’s are still the same. I have a perfect thing in front of me for me, but I choose to get something else. I wish I could figure out why I do this, but I’ll probably never figure it out. Maybe I’m better off not knowing? Anyways, back to the main point. I went on to “Better” and shinier things than World of Warcraft, but every time my urge and want to play this game would come back. Why? Well, I sort of already answered the question: It was perfect for me, it had everything I wanted, and needed, but I just wanted the best there was out there according to the general population.

The biggest break I had is when I had really gotten into Console games, mostly FPS shooters. I was addicted to Halo, Gears Of War, CoD (Yes, CoD). That sort of threw everything out of the window, because I was always gaming with my buddies, and then they eventually went off to college, or got married and didn’t have time for that stuff, which led me back into MMORPGs. I’m selfish alright? One of my buddies who was gaming with on the console, got back into World of Warcraft when MoP got released, and really pushed me to get back into the game. By then my original account was hacked/gone.

He eventually got me to play the game again, and I purchased everything I needed even MoP to get back into the game. Then a lot of things happened, I got into other pay to play games, because I got a really steady income, and was able to pay for multiple subscriptions. I went through a ton of games, and if you are a past reader you know all of the games I have been through. I think it’s to long a list to mention in this post, but maybe sometime…

I think I’ve dragged this post long enough, thank you so much for the read. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much I did writing this. If you did, please leave a comment below or tweet me @SirIsaacJewton Cheers!