It's not a secret that I felt pretty disconnected from my main in Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands. Playing a Night Elf felt pretty crummy, at least to me, with the whole storyline hinging around the deaths of thousands of my character's people — including all the vendors and innkeepers and auctioneers and bankers and other NPCs I saw on a fairly frequent basis.
The latest expansion for World of Warcraft, Dragonflight, will launch on November 28, so you have a limited amount of time to level your latest main or to get your army of alts ready to tackle the Dragon Isles.
In one way, I never change mains, because I have only once not mained a Warrior and that was a brief experiment at the beginning of Battle for Azeroth when I decided I'd try a Death Knight.
I've done it a few times, switching my main in World of Warcraft.
So, you decided on a character to play as your main in Battle for Azeroth, leveled that character, played it for a while for whatever reason — a bad childhood, a few too many blows to the skull, Stockholm Syndrome.
Raiding can be hard work, but it's so much worse when you're not enjoying your class.
"You should play WoW," he said.
I've been loyal to my Druid main since World of Warcraft launched in 2004.
I'm seriously thinking of retiring my main.