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11-19-2007 @ 4:15PM
I hope they never do this. I'm so tired of hearing people brag about how they've been playing since alpha/open beta/closed beta. Who cares? A lot of those folks still don't know how to play their class (or maybe they did, but never paid attention to all of the class changes that have gone on).Playing the game for a long time doesn't make you special in the game. If anything they should reward their long time loyal customers with a free month, or some other out of game reward.From Blizzards perspective, the reason they don't do something like this is that they want more customers. You don't want to alienate new players with the feeling that they will never have the chance to be as "important" as veteran players.
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