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4-17-2008 @ 3:29AM
Blizzard rely on casual players as much (or possibly even more) then they rely on raiders and Epic hoarders. That's why they'll make Wrath as accessible as possible, just like they did with BC.
4-17-2008 @ 12:23PM
Exactly. Casual players pay the same $15 per month as everybody else. Plus, they use less bandwidth and server resources. Blizzard won't risk having them leave.
4-17-2008 @ 6:45PM
I certainly hope so. See this section?"Some alt-o-holics even put their characters, even mains, into cold storage as soon as they ding 70 and move on to leveling a new alt. No Arenas, no heroics and certainly no raids for them."That's me. In fact, I'll never even get a character beyond 60 (I don't have the Burning Crusade and don't plan to get it). Leveling, and trying out as many types of characters and classes and races as possible... that's what the game is all about for me. I'm a casual gamer, and I appreciate Blizzard's efforts to support both my playstyle and the hardcores'.
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