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12-18-2007 @ 6:53PM
WoW is not going anywhere for a long time. They are in a snowball effect with the momentum of deeeeep pockets. I was one who tried every MMO (really almost just about all of them) and finally parked it at WoW for various reasons (mainly the BG system, which I enjoy and works well for my time constraints). A part of that decision was made because of the massive momentum they have. I think it is funny that anyone would take forum community sentiments as weather watching for determining WoW's state; you could take every poster that has ever posted a negative comment on WoW and what? lose about a .00099 percent of the population if they all quit? Even if 300,000 quit or 500,000 quit (which are considered excellent numbers for just about any other MMO) and you would still have 8+ million users??? Please... WoW is not invincible for sure, but nothing they have or are doing will jeopardize their base en masse. IMHO
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