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5-13-2008 @ 11:30AM
I think it's also important to note that there are a bazillion different types of "casual" players.I have several 70's and have never participated in a raid. I have walked into an instance ONCE out of curiosity and have no desire to return. I have never PvP'd. My 70 Dwarf Rogue grouped twice.I don't want all of your Raid or PvP-Badge lootz for free or anything, I just don't want to lose WoW if I only have 30 minutes or an hour to play at a time.Would have been a bummer to have Lich King just be a series of Raids with no content for people like me.
5-13-2008 @ 11:36AM
Yet another open-minded player whose eyes are opened to the truth: It's a game and it's meant to be fun. Play the game the way that you want to play it. (Coincidentally, which Instance did you run, Ping? Do you remember?)
5-13-2008 @ 2:12PM
Good on you, mate!It's people like you and those of us who take the game for exactly what Blizzard has built it to be, that make this game great. There are so many different ways to play this game, and no one is "better" or more worthy than the other.You don't instance. I can't stand 5-mans. Some people don't do anything but farm Ogres and they still have fun. And that's what it's about!
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