I think a lot of people can relate to this. Playing an MMO can be time consuming. Especially if you want to learn as much about the game as possible and play your class on a high level. I tend to dedicate myself completely to what I'm doing. I have a number of interests, some more time consuming than others. For example, every day I read several news articles and various texts in Japanese as well as plow through all japanese dictionaries, reading definitions of various concepts in the original language to maintain and improve my reading ability. If I stop doing this my language skills start to rust and wither very fast. At the current stage in my life I have no actual use for these skills other than to read interesting news directly from japanese sources. I am thinking that if I start playing Wildstar I will have to cut back on reading or be very time effective somehow. This is the obvious part, some sort of sacrifice must be made. It's not like I will completely neglect the reading practice and I could replace reading with listening to podcasts while playing (my listening ability is way worse than my reading ability so this is not such a bad idea actually). The real question, which I think many others who have previously dedicated themselves to an MMO can relate to, is: "will it be worth it?". In WoW I did pretty much every type of content to the highest level in vanilla and TBC. I became fed up with the game and it lost it's appeal to me. I never returned to WoW. I am now asking myself if Wildstar will give a different, more enjoyable experience. I've already watched movies of raids and such and can immediately identify the mechanics and the entire concept as very similar to what I did in WoW. Therefore I have excluded raiding at least. Everyone is different but in everyone's personal opinion, do you think returning to MMO-gaming with Wildstar is a mistake or could it be fun? Part of me wants to believe it will be more fulfilling than WoW but another part of me warns me that it is poison. Maybe Wildstar is "too little too late" to justify becoming addicted to an MMO again? Anyone in a similar situation? Here's a random bonus to everyone who happened to view this thread.