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5-17-2008 @ 9:34PM
I agree with the well written and smart part, but i don't really find the argument valid.I've said over and over and over again, play for the content. Meaning, play for fun. Its a game, your supposed to have fun. If you aren't having fun than yes, you shouldn't play the game anymore. I see nothing wrong with blizzard trying to allow as many people as possible as much access to fun. There will always be someone who is trying to be the first, and the best, since that is how MMOs work. And as long as there is that hardcore element, the economies will not collapse, and wow will be fine.
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