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7-18-2008 @ 10:49AM
I'd love to see an article on here about why you SHOULDN'T play the beta. Am I alone in feeling like I'd hate to play the beta, level up to however much I can, and then just have to do it all over again when the expansion actually comes out? Plus the more you play the beta, the more jaded and bored with the expansion you'll be when it actually comes out, right? I feel like I'm missing some larger element of the mentality behind beta-testers, and why they'd want to do it in the first place.
7-18-2008 @ 10:54AM
ive never won anything but a transformer (Jazz) in a box of cereal when i was a kid.I can still hope though, right?
I'd kinda like to get in. But I do share some of your concerns. I normally play alliance, so if i got in I plan on playing horde, maybe a DK.That way when real wrath comes around the alliance stuff will be new.
7-18-2008 @ 10:55AM
It's not for you
7-18-2008 @ 10:59AM
Those are my sentiments exactly. That's why, IF (and that's an IF on a cosmic scale) I get in, I'll use it to roll a Death Knight. I know I'll focus on my main mostly when the xpac hits.
7-18-2008 @ 11:00AM
The only reason I want into the beta is so I can mess around with a Death Knight. I have no plans on playing in Northrend.
7-18-2008 @ 11:11AM
I emailed in a while ago about this and they did put up a topic about how some people (e.g. me) have no interest in beta. I want my progress to count and I want to play a finished game. I don't raid so I don't need to learn fights for World Firsts.Added to that I'm a professional software tester, so I have no desire to do it for free in my spare time! :-)
7-18-2008 @ 11:50AM
I think like you, still wan't to see more of TBC I haven't seen
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