Raiding in EQ2 Op/Ed

Is "raiding" everything it's cracked up to be? Raiding is that content that some of us only dream of. Is it really all that and a bag of chips? Or is it best left to those that have the time and patience for it? Savanja takes a peek at raiding content and delves into that age old question of whether or not raiding is really worth it. Raid guilds vary of course. Some may raid once a month, once a week, a couple days a week, and some raid every night. It's a commitment for sure. One that I would never be able to make, as I typically just wish to play, have fun, and chat far too much. You have to have a certain amount of drive for it. A friend of mine, who I will leave unnamed, mentioned having to make the push to level 70, partially to keep up with his regular raid group, most of which had already made level 70. I mean, here I am, at level 63, slowly watching that experience bar move up for the first time in months, completely content to putter around on this character, and a couple of my other alternate characters, and people around me are making the mad push for level 70? I feel so alone! Don't leave me behind! Put on your fabled gear and read a well thought-out opinion on Raiding in Everquest 2 at EQ2-TenTonHammer.

Is "raiding" everything it's cracked up to be?

Raiding is that content that some of us only dream of. Is it really all that and a bag of chips? Or is it best left to those that have the time and patience for it? Savanja takes a peek at raiding content and delves into that age old question of whether or not raiding is really worth it.

Raid guilds vary of course. Some may raid once a month, once a week, a couple days a week, and some raid every night. It's a commitment for sure. One that I would never be able to make, as I typically just wish to play, have fun, and chat far too much. You have to have a certain amount of drive for it. A friend of mine, who I will leave unnamed, mentioned having to make the push to level 70, partially to keep up with his regular raid group, most of which had already made level 70. I mean, here I am, at level 63, slowly watching that experience bar move up for the first time in months, completely content to putter around on this character, and a couple of my other alternate characters, and people around me are making the mad push for level 70? I feel so alone! Don't leave me behind!

Put on your fabled gear and read a well thought-out opinion on Raiding in Everquest 2 at EQ2-TenTonHammer.

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