Blunt is not hostile. I never once insulted you nor attacked you. I gave yoy information and pointed out that once again, someone cannot see anything but their own side.
For you, it’s great if you could find the time to be there and do it. Others could, as well. But some of us couldn’t. Being disappointed in that isn’t the end of the world. It’s simply being disappointed and wishing people could understand the other view.
And I just explained multiple times how I did care and wasn’t able to plan that quickly due to prior engagements and appointments. That’s life. It happens.
You do realize that the Secrets of Azeroth is not the same as Mimiron’s Jumpjets, where we JUST learned this existed with minimal details four days ago, right? And only yesterday found out how the forge works, yes?
This isn’t about the main Secrets of Azeroth event.
There is none. It’s simply personal enjoyment to go back and reminisce later. That’s it. That’s all.
It means “fear of missing out”, in general describing a feeling that you miss all the fun your friends or other circles have when you’re not around.
In WoW, it’s been used to describe not just time-limited content, or rather rewards, only available for a couple of months, but also the way you felt ‘obligated’ to log in during Legion and BfA for the daily Artifact Power grind.
It was used correctly here to describe the situation as it appeared originally (and likely was intended to be) which was a sudden time-limited reward, only available at certain times during a 20 hour timeframe, in the middle of a casual event that was advertised to have contents that would remain available even after the actual event was ‘over’.
You basically had to learn about it and be present for the one or two occurrences that coincided with your regular playtime, otherwise managing to make it would be rather difficult.
The unannounced nature was disadvantageous in particular for those not in the American timezones, and the sparse occurrences of the activity made planning difficult, between real-life obligations like work, family time and sleep, but I concede that this is going into other negative aspects of this achievement that are less related to the FOMO effect per se.
I don’t usually hang around in the city too much unless I happen to go afk while there. Once I’m familiar enough with the layout (Val has been confusing tbh, several tiers and such) I rarely check the map.
Otherwise, I’m out doing world content while e.g. queuing for TW, or run old content altogether.
Little reason to check the city map.
You know, not to dunk on the Nasz’uro bug, but this would’ve been something that’s perfect to announce globally, since it’s temporary anyway.