When does story detract from — or enhance — your gameplay experience?
I can become more or less interested in a game based entirely on its story.
Who would you like to see reappear in Dragonflight?
I'm really enjoying Dragonflight now that I've let myself relax and enjoy the characters I have -- the most stressful time for me in any expansion is always the part where I level certain characters to max level.
What do you most want to see in Diablo 4?
One thing the Diablo series has always been hit or miss on is story -- there are some amazing moments in all three of the current games, but some real clunkers too, and I'm still mad that Leah just gets her body stolen and presumably her soul sent to the Burning Hells and we never do anything to help her or even find out for sure if there's anything left of her.
How important is a game’s story to you? How does being an MMO change that to you?
We all have various reasons why we play video games .
What does the faction conflict story mean to you as a player?
I wonder about this one fairly constantly, because I used to play both factions a lot more than I do now.
What “Happily Ever After” would you love to see in Shadowlands?
It's cheesy, but I love fairy tales.
Why is Covenant progress so satisfying?
I don't want to like how the Covenants work.
Covenants, the cause of and solution to all of my problems
Now that I have two characters at 60 and have started catching up on Renown -- level 6 today yay -- I'm really coming to realize I had absolutely no idea what I was doing when it came to getting my Covenant systems in place.
How important is World of Warcraft’s story to your gameplay experience?
I often wonder about how other people play World of Warcraft.
What story moment in World of Warcraft had the biggest impact on you?
It can be a happy moment, it can be a sad moment, but I want to know what moment in World of Warcraft has stuck with you over the years.