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6-13-2007 @ 4:34PM
I've noticed more and more people leaving. This has been slowly growing since about March really. People hit 70 and realized, its no different that it was before the expansion. Sure there was more to do, but it was still raid, farm rep or level alts. Some of the things are greatly improved with TBC. But the game can't be all rep grinds for frankly mostly subpar stuff (there are few exceptions).From what I experience and all my friends (who have largely left) was the game has gotten old. The new content really is just microwaving 2 day old stale bread. They've moved on to other games or away from the computer.I think the more telling thing is the not the number of people leaving, but the number of new people who didn't flock to the game with the expansion.
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