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#6369989 Jul 09, 2012 at 11:45 PM
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I live and work online interacting with other people. So, when I get time to relax and unwind, I find myself gravitating toward single player games. Currently, I'm playing OOTP (a textbased baseball simulator) and Crusader Kings 2. Both have multiplayer options, but I want to start and stop when I want.

Okay, I play WoW too, but in as casual a guild as you can imagine. We have a raid team once in awhile, but most of the time we end up running 5-mans or LFR if we really want to group up. The best part is there's no commitment to be online at a certain time or feel like you let the team down.
#6372247 Jul 10, 2012 at 11:58 AM
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I am with you with the playing alone. I grew up in the "pass the controller" days. While I am not sure I would go back to the days before I could save my game progress, I do like my "alone time". My other issue is that I just haven't met people online who like to play without smack-talk.
Feel free to call me "AK"
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#7734587 Apr 26, 2013 at 04:17 AM · Edited 6 years ago
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There are many things for a fresh 90 to do in MoP. If you don't like doing dailies (like one of my RL friends who plays) you can choose not to do them and just PvP. You can even PvE occasionally and run LFR but you wont have the ability to have extra rolls on Boss kills. My friend PvPs constantly usually getting Conquest capped on Tuesdays through grouping with a person in our guild for 2s and then doing BGs the rest of the time. In the matter of PvE progression dailies are pretty much a must. You need to do them to gain Lesser Charms of Good Fortune to turn them into Mogu Runes of Power to get those extra rolls in RF. You also have to do dailies to get the reputation so that you can purchase some of the best PvE gear available.
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