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5-12-2008 @ 2:18AM
I consider myself a casual player, and I was very happy when the badge loot rolled out. It meant that I had a shot at getting decent eq while having to tend to real life things. I do not have much time as some to devote to hardcore raiding and at least with badge eq I have some chance to compete. The only thing I could be accused of "QQ'ing" about is not being able to see some of the content that I'd love to - such as Illidan and whatnot. I really feel no animosity for hardcore raiders, except those that seem to equate having hours upon hours of time invested with being some sort of god of the internet. I write this basically to inform people that not all casuals are crying about "unfairness" and a lot of us are happy that we're being accommodated in some way, even if we miss out on some of the big stuff. I know many that are in my situation, and we cannot get out a lot as we have children, demanding jobs, etc - so we basically use WoW as an escape after a long day.
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