3 Lion Kings, 3 Aladins, 3 Cinderellas, 2 Lady and the Tramps, 2 Mulans, 2 Hunchbacks, 2 Bambis, 2 Atlantis, and a bunch of movies with shorts that don't really count as full ones.
And yes, I have seen them all. I don't want to add up the number of hours of movies/shows I have watched. It probably equals the amount of time playing board/video games which I already know is close to the number of hours I have spent at work so far (not counting school). You add reading books onto that and the amount of time spent on entertainment is astounding.
I WvW almost exclusively. I don't really feel the need to participate every week, because when I do play it's because I enjoy it.
Honestly I prefer it that way. Sure, I don't get all this fancy gear and phat lewts, but I have a lot of fun almost every time I log in. Sometimes it's twice a month, sometimes it's twice a day for hours on end. I only wish my guildies were as into it as I am. (No, I don't count EotM )
I never see you on when I am on, otherwise I would be up for joining you guildie. Then again, aren't we assigned to different servers?
I do the LS. That's pretty much it. I wish I had more 80s than the two I have, but I don't like leveling.
raspberry jam, on 21 January 2015 - 09:44 AM, said:
I see runs through actual content (as in dungeons and missions, sorry but I liked Elona Reach a lot haha, even though I used to run it for people myself) as very different from running to get to places. I mean, I personally like to experience the areas in between missions, especially since you often don't have a reason to go back there, so you see it maybe once per character, except years later when you went back to vanquish the area... and then you get all nostalgic.
Sorry, went off on a tangent, to answer your question, no, Drok runs, Temple/Sanctum runs, CD runs etc. are different, I think. I do think that they were beneficial to the game (and they were also fun to do).
Now when I come to think about it, there was a huge difference: those runs were actual runs. As in, you were running all the time. EotN dungeon runs weren't actual runs, since it was one or two people killing all the mobs.
However I must mention one thing about the Droks run or rather the path that it took: it was, in a way, sad that it existed, because the other option if you wanted to skip missions or just reach Droknar's Forge quickly... To adventure of a relatively low-level party fighting its way from Beacon's Perch to Camp Rancor was one of the most awesome things GW1 had to offer. Five hours of keeping your shit very much together or you insta-wiped. And you only had once chance per character to experience this.
Gotcha. More power to you for liking that mission. I guess it is just the mission that I had the most bad experiences in. It was my personal THK. And yes, I did that fight down the Shiverpeaks once; stupid wurms.