There are plenty of tasks in WoW that are easily achieved in an hour, a day, or a week -- but other goals take time. For example, getting a legendary cloak will probably take you a few months, plenty of high-end crafting is tied to a daily cooldown, and achievements like Loremaster or Insane in the Membrane don't get done overnight. These are more long-term gaming goals that you can't just grind through in a single gaming session (or even two or three), and they're often the sort of thing that you're more likely to find yourself doing when you don't have any more short-term goals at hand.

With end-game content scarce and major game changes unlikely until we're a lot closer to Warlords of Draenor, that means right now is a great time to take a look at your long-term to-do list. This is why I'm finally working on finishing Loremaster, which is something I always meant to do but never made a real effort to get through in the past. Once I manage that, Insane in the Membrane is next. Sure, it requires some dedication (and a certain lack of sanity), but these are things I've always wanted to achieve in-game and simply never made the time to do. So why not start now?

So today's discussion, readers: what gaming projects have you dusted off to work on right now? Do you have any goals you're trying to hit before Warlords?

This article was originally published on WoW Insider.

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