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5-11-2008 @ 3:32PM
I find it funny that casual players are the new QQ'ers after Blizzard has done nothing but bend over backwards to make them happy. So far, in every post made about WOTLK in the past few days, 90% or so of the complaining has been coming for people who "have better things to do" than raid. If you're only playing an hour or 2 a day a few times a week, this game should mean pretty much nothing to you, since you don't really experience much of it in such a short amount of time. So, why should you be rewarded for that?I honestly think these people want pre-made level 70 characters with full T6 just handed to them. What the hell is the point of playing a game like this if you don't want to achieve anything on your own? That's one of the most fun aspects of the game IMO.If you don't have time to play, oh well too bad! Cancel your damn account and stop crying about paying $15 a month.
5-11-2008 @ 8:07PM
You think Hardcores is the reason why WOW has 10million subscribers?EQ is not even close to 3-4mil and it's less rewarding to casuals than WOW.They're simplying delivering content to keep their subscribers happy, if you don't like that then go back to EQ.Casuals outnumber hardcores a lot. Just look at the number of guilds that have downed Illidan is a telling number the disparity.
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