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5-30-2008 @ 9:14PM
My husband plays with a guy who's in Iraq. I am sure it wouldn't happen but I think it'd rock if Blizzard made it so all service men and women play for free. Just as a thank you for their service. I realize $15 a month isn't a whole lot of money, but they're risking their lives for us. Just my humble opinion though.
7-01-2008 @ 2:46AM
We don't mind the cost-- all the WoW geeks I served with paid 6 months at a go, anyways.They already don't ban us when we log in from three countries in as many days, and the sheer joy of being able to chat with my now-husband when I was newly out and he was still in Japan was utterly priceless.
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