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2-15-2008 @ 2:08PM
I agree with quite a few posters. When I had the free time (oh i wish i was in college again), I raided and ate up the lore. I recall enjoying the lore involved in getting the AQ scepter. Then life happened and I was forced to quit raiding right as Naxx came out. I see no problem in providing lore to more casual players who are invested in the story of their world. I know there were quite a few raiders with me who didn't care about the lore, just being good at the game. I am not sure I would ask Blizzard to scale down instances to have multiple versions though. I'd rather have my patches not take so long to be released. I just feel there is a better way of getting the lore out without extra coding and not on wowwiki.
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