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7-19-2007 @ 4:04PM
Playing the game to get loot is one way to look at it. I prefer not to look at it the game in this fashion.I take the perspective of loot like this:If you want to progress end game, be it in arena or end game content, you need loot upgrades to do so. The loot is a means to the end, not the other way around as described in the article.Just my opinion, but i feel like the people who play Wow for the sole purpose of "gearing up", instead of for enjoying the content, or trying to compete on a higher level (arenas) to win, are probably very unhappy most of the time when such gear doesn't drop, or when their rating isnt too high b/c they just dont want to put that extra effort to perfect their arena strategy. I play arena mostly. I'm a very competitive person by nature so my goal is to get the highest rating/ranking i can. Gear just comes along with that. I'm sure the guild's who have beat the end game content share the same idea./end rant
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