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6-04-2007 @ 10:17PM
In the podcast the taverncasters talk about not being able to win the game, so "winning" comes in the form of advancing quickly, of always trying to get to that next level.I admit, i get caught up in this, and at that point, I play more Wow than I should- I begin to play simply because i want to get to the next level, or be able to acquire some item. But playing simply for those purposes is never truly satisfying, because there is always another level or a better piece of gear.So I try to remember why I like to play: because I like immersing myself in that world when I have the time to, or to enjoy adjusting to the ever changing strategies I have to employ depending on the makeup of my group on a given instance run.When I get back to playing for the reasons I like playing instead of those addictive reasons that creep into my head, I enjoy the game, and the rest of my life, a lot more.
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