Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Tales of a Warcraft Medic - Loss and Frustration

I've been working on my main toon Morvahnna over the last week, worked a bit my hunter Kusia on the Horde side but did manage to get nine to twelve PvP matches in with Merisiel. Out of all of the those, if I remember right, only three or four of those were wins. None of the losses were fun in any competitive sense so I decided to take a break from the frustration.


I finally went into LFR for the first time ever with my guild master who gave me some coaching on the fights. It was pretty fun, easy mechanics but as always I was nervous as hell. I stopped raiding during Icecrown Citadel because of my hands, with all of the physical damage they've taken over the years I just don't have the reflexes and strength for keying and mouse clicking making some mechanics much harder for me to react to to and do properly without hurting the rest of the team. That first run through Mogu'shan Vaults was not easy for me, as we got to the trolls my hand right hand was already cramped up, hurting bad and couldn't find the strength to click on the mouse. I got through it and got and Morvahnna left out of there with a some gear and I'm looking forward to Terrace of Endless Spring.

I didn't do a whole lot with Kusia, ran a few battlegrounds and random dungeons. I've tried for long time to level a character on the Horde side of the game, I've never been able to do it. I've tried nearly every combination of class/race combinations and just couldn't get a toon past level forty. I think a lot of it had to with the guilds or servers I chose. I finally decided to join the fine people of the AIE community which I should have done in the first place. With the little amount of time I have available to play, its going to take a while to get her leveled up.

I'll be getting back to the PvP later this week, for the next few days though I want continue working on Kusia and Morvahnna.

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