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I am curious if anyone else has had a similar experience to what I am about to describe and how they went about rectifying it.
Tahquil has (nearly) always been played as a very headstrong character, someone who is sometimes overwhelmingly certain of who she and her standing in the world. Part of this has always been drawn from her active participation with her class (research, investigation, subtle uses in RP) rather than passive use of her skills (just seeing them as game mechanics). When Multiclass came out, like most people, I picked up another class because I felt that it suited Tahquil as well. Then, with the advent of Depthswalker, a third class was picked up.
Recently I've noticed I have disconnected a lot of Tahquil. Previously she would spend most her time in lesserform as she was very proud to be a Mhun, but now I have options on what that lesserform class could be I stay in dragon because the three classes are equally Tahquil-ish. I've kinda just fallen into the routine of Bash-Fish-Bash-Fish-Bash-Fish since I do not like RPing in dragonform.
I feel being a 'Jack of all Trades, but Master of None' has taken away a lot of the motivation I had playing Tahquil as a character. I'll be quitting my classes and taking the number back down to one to see if I can get some of that identity and motivation back. But, has anyone else felt like this?