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6-14-2007 @ 1:24AM
Well I can tell you why I left:1. Tired of farming many hours a week for potions2. tedious faction grinds3. just the same old same old. glad I didnt get a TBC beta key. I at least got a month out of my purchase.TBC also tore my guild apart trying to set up 10 man runs. Sure I miss the game and the friends I still have there, but moving on is natural. There are plenty of new and challenging games out or on the way. What mightget me back into WoW is if they trivialized the potion requirement. I no longer want to apply for the part time job again and farm for potions. I have reached the belief that I should be able to log into the game and run a dungeon/raid using my skill and organization. Not how many hours I spent farming the same weeds over and over.
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