When I play the Test Realm (which I think has been retired by now) or when I play normal Wizard 101 (which the pet system has been entered) I've discovered a few problems:
First of all, it is taking an EXTREMLEY long time to load. I'm going to guess this is because of all of the new updates and such, so it had to replace some information or something. This I am okay with.
My main problem, though, is this:
Whenever I play for about a minute or so, my game suddenly freezes up. I don't know if this is my computer or what, but it happens. Within the next week I'll be able to play Wizard101 on a different computer (I believe) so that's not too bad of a problem, but I want to be able to play until then. I just got a cerificate for a One Month subscription, and I want to use that as much as I can!
So for example, today I logged on. It took about half an hour to load. (this is when I thought something was wrong. Or different. Or both.) and then, when I was finally able to press 'play', it took some time getting to the Character Selection Screen. Basically, not only has the game slowed down for me, but also it has STOPPED WORKING!
I am running through the game... ready to go talk to Ambrose to start with the Advanced Pet System, but then, OH NO! I've stopped moving! Everything around me is stuck! But I can still control my mouse... my computer must not be fro-
....nevermind. My mouse is stuck. My tower ain't makin' a sound. NOTHING IS WORKING!
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