Breakfast Topic: What's your game?

We all have our "thing" in WoW, our thing that we focus on, the main aim of our gaming. For a while, mine was raiding -- never front-line, realm-first (or similar) progression raiding, but clearing raid content in a timely manner so we didn't feel totally behind the curve, getting a significant number of bosses down before a nerf or the like, staying in the top 50 guilds on our server.

Then I became slowly infected with the PvP bug. Raiding and PvE started to matter less and less, and while I do still participate in guild raids, it's not my thing any more. I haven't really even been that bothered by the Raid Finder -- I prefer to see content with my guild and not spoil the surprise of fights. But really, that's an excuse -- I just don't find raiding as enthralling as I used to. PvP is my thing now.

I do have a few alts I'm leveling too, of course, but for me leveling is a chore that must be done to get to Arena levels (70, 80) and max level. It's a great way to learn, and I try to level in the spec I want to play in Arena. The enjoyment of leveling is not in the doing of it but in the end result. Leveling itself isn't my focus.

I put things on the Auction House occasionally and ineptly when I'm out of funds. I only ever get achievements by accident, with a few exceptions. And roleplaying? It's a complete mystery to me, much as I find it fascinating.

How about you? What's your game? Now, I've inevitably missed a huge amount of options in the poll below, so feel free to tell me about my failure in the comments and try to pick the closest option!


This article was originally published on WoW Insider.