Yeah.... it really can, this is just from a selection of my characters and from a few years ago. I think I win or lose this which ever way you want to look at it lol.
843 days playtime... and that's just on 6 of my characters.
the 400 days is on my 100 night elf druid (Main from Vanilla until legion)
the 223 days was on my 100 Night elf hunter (Main in vanilla)
I don't think the playtime of my 110 druid is on this screenshot.
What I love about this though... is how regularly I used to get flamed on this site for being a console gamer who hates PC's :D
That's 2.3 years playtime btw, without the most recent lvl 110 character being added, why isn't that a poll option?
I am definitely around that. The difference is that I quit early in WoD, but my playtime was significantly cut since MoP.
For Classic, BC and Wotlk I had PVE and PVP, but after that I only had PVP until MoP.
I still can't decide if I want to play Classic, since it's all in or nothing.
Oh yeah, Legion was it for me really, I leveled up my main to max and just lost all real interest in the game, I went from being someone who has a ton of the Heroic Ahead of the curves from Siege of Og and previous to someone who just seen the way the game was going and it just lost my attention. The single player keep and missions in TBC2 in my opinion killed what wow was meant to be, I had millions of gold and beautiful raid reward and idiot reward mounts... sitting in my single player instance not able to show off things that you done imo completely hampered the main selling point, going back to older wow you could find me in IF making the jump back and forth over the bridge on a 60% mount just because it was tough to do but was nice to see someone try and copy you and go into the gap and have to run around.... none of my NPC's in the keep cared that their keep even had it's own AH because I had built it for them... they just walked and saluted on day 100 the same as they did on day 1.
I don't think I could go back to wow now, either version of the game I mean for a few reasons, seeing Activision creeping onto Blizzard with their in game purchases in a game you already had to both pay for and subscribe to kinda rubbed me up the wrong way, I converted a fair amount of wow gold into real cash when that option came up thou and have used that to purchase a few things since... think I still have around 130 or so left in bnet monies because of it.
If screenshots might tempt you to look in again...
My alliance and Horde druid on the same server getting my legendary cloak, both online at the same time with the grace period between dc's and with the cloak procing its graphic.... (this shot took so long to take I am almost as shamed of it as I am proud)
Soaring overhead on the Ashes of A'lar