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5-01-2008 @ 1:48PM
The funny thing about that is that I'm actually in the US. I got a Euro friend to get me an account and we played together for a bit, but we're both busy a lot of the time. WoW is just such a timesink to get involved in. It requires active participation and I'm way too ADD to sit and wait for hours on a raid.It's not for everyone, but I can totally see why people do it. I played Ultima Online for about 6 years. I wrote for UO Stratics, SWG Stratics, and TSO Stratics. I do appreciate feedback on what I need to blog about more. I think that one of the reasons I don't blog about PvP is that people comment on gameplay, rather than the artistic side. If people want to comment on gameplay, there are plenty of other sections of the site where a blogger can welcome those comments. Nothing peeves me more than when I offer up a beautiful vision of machinima and people call someone a "clicker" or say he should fight with x or y instead of z. I can understand them hoping for a different race to be cast as the lead or secondary, but fight style is open to interpretation by the machinimator.
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