Life has gotten in the way of Everquest over the past couple of years. Married, now a 5 year old daughter, family moved closer to be with us. Because of this, I just don't play like I used to. No longer in the 90+ percent for raid attendance, still have 2 of 4 TBL items on the final level to evolve, still 145% away from using Kael raid item for the earring, etc. But before all of that, I played. A lot. And raided. A lot. And I know a lot of you out there also do the same. And especially the raider, where many expectations happen on an expansion release that is not normally applied to groupers. Raiders generally spend a lot of time in Beta, including multiple nights of the week testing raids. When an expansion hits, there is an expectation to be a certain level by a certain day. To have certain quests and missions done by a certain day. The first 2-4 months could involve a raider playing non stop outside of their job to get all the currency from missions for type 5 augments. To camp those named augments. To grind out levels and AA. And then once the expansion raids are finished, there is the 1/2/3 nights a week of farming the raids to outfit your character. All of this represents a large time investment. It could also result in fatigue. Raid fatigue from farming and maintaining your RA, fatigue from getting your alts progression done, fatigue from EQ in general. So how do you (especially those raiders who are raiding weekly and who go through those first 2-4 months) combat game fatigue?