I gained one more level in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm– level 28 now. I think I’m hitting a staggering point since I realized I missed out on an entire section of quests earlier. I’m too high a level for the quests now, so I don’t get any exp from killing the monsters around those areas, which is kind of sad.
Yeah, in case anyone forgot or didn’t know– if a monster is too low a level (like, roughly 7 to 8 levels underneath you) you’re not going to get EXP from felling them. But WoW has an achievement system since Wrath of the Lich King that rewards you for completing a lot of things– in this case, all quests in a certain area. I really want the Ashenvale Quests achievement, so I won’t be gaining a lot of EXP for the next day or two. Well, just remember to finish your quests in the order you get them.
On a side note, I just had a dramatic moment with a guild member, who left after the conversation. He was being a little immature and disrespectful to his fellow guild members who were arguing against his point– but namely attacking me (since I was the only who interjected on his rant on the guild chat). One member had left earlier from reading the conversation, so my experience from this is this: Although WoW is a game, it is first and foremost a community. Respect and maturity can bring you a long way into a guild, and a lack thereof can only increase dissent. Normally people ignore each other, but that’s unhealthy in a guild. It wasn’t exactly a shining moment for me either.
I hope no WoW gamers have to deal with people that don’t respect them.