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3-30-2007 @ 9:39AM
To Pritchard:First, I have no idea what "rolling over on your back" means.Second, the reason it'd be nice to stop hearing High-End Complaining is because Blizz sometimes has a nasty habit of putting way too much time in content that no one will ever see (Naxx was a perfectly designed raid, which makes me believe a lot of time and effort went into it, and the latest number I've seen is 5% of WoW players ever saw it). During that time, casual players got bored and canceled their accounts until BC came out.This is due to the fact that High-End Complainers will bloat up the blizz forums (their main way to get feedback from the players) with issues that really, no one but they give a damn about. While the vocal minority is up in arms about pointless things, the big majority gets bored knowing it will never be able to see the cool stuff.Personaly I am somewhere inbetween, having had my hardcore days and now taking a more casual approach. I can see how frustrating it is for casuals to know they will never access this content, and I now witness how tuning content to High-End Complainers is misled. I am seeing that vocal minorities are distracting the feedback we should be giving, and I try to voice the opinion of the casuals: stop tuning high-end for a handful of fanboys who will play anyway, make the game fun when a casual hits 70.Pritchard, if you really want to make WoW better, then stop complaining, and learn what most of the players really want.
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