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1-07-2010 @ 10:04AM
If the guy wants to leave the game for his reasons, let him go. Seems like every time a "I am leaving WoW" thread pop's up, people have to judge the person of being wrong. I to took the plunge not to long ago, and moved on away from WoW, and will never look back. Every one gets engulfed a little in the current game, and some way more then others. This can cause people only to see one side. I played WoW for 2 years and I enjoyed it and had no quorums. And as time went on the game did not go in the direction that suited "my personal play style". If a player wants to post I am leaving thread let them. So what if there was a change that he did not like, or the style has changed for them. You might like that change, while he did not. Just think of it, if you were in the other players shoes. A bunch of changed that you did not like, and it changed the game for you. WoW has the most negative community I have ever seen. Try to be positive, and embrace the difference of other players. I know I will get some bashing for posting something that might have a negative effect on your style of gaming. But in the end what else can be said.
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