So I’m sure you’ve all seen the announcements of new this and spiffy that and this-just-in the other, along with leaked info and questionable sources.
What does that mean for Too Many Annas?
I’m certainly reading this new information, and it’s definitely exciting to watch. There’s nothing like new stuff to get me re-motivated about the game. Aelflaed, Berylla and Laisrean will likely see some play-time during the days I’m off this week, since I’m itching to play alts again.
But, as always, that information isn’t even Beta information, and there are a lot of smart, capable people that are analyzing it and posting it in other places. So Too Many Annas will continue for now, uninterrupted by information that’s questionable at best, and very likely to change. As we get closer to
Also, I’m harboring some minor resentment towards all this hoopla about the new expansion, not because I’m not *really* looking forward to getting back to Azeroth and the lore that I’ve come to know and love… but because I’m starting to see more and more people dropping out of what’s going on *now* in anticipation of what’s coming later this year. TRI is *thisclose* to breaking into tier 6 content – and I’m not ready to give up on that yet.
Maybe my gear will get replaced in 2 weeks (though I doubt it, I used my tier1 gear all the way up to level 68 on my hunter). So what? Does that mean I wasted the time I spent with friends, working as a group, trying to do things that require coordination and effort? Of course not.
So here’s to the time left before the next expansion – for what we can make of it, and what we can get done. And here’s to the excitement of new things coming.
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