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7-22-2008 @ 8:19AM
Its a bit of a toss-up for me. I played vanilla WoW's open beta, but didn't play WoW at release. I played WoW for the first time a few months before BC was released, but stopped way before the release. Picked it up again after Black Temple was implemented and stopped because the grind to 70 was a lonely one for a game that was supposed to be an MMO. Started again about two months ago, so this is the first time I've been with the community when such a large piece of new content (a freaking expansion) was 'released'.Its rather exciting to know all the new things that are coming with the expansion and have the possible oppourtunity to play the beta. As a closed beta tester for WAR, I know the necessity of changes throughout beta stages to truely make a game enthralling. But with WoW, there is so much to these expansions that even by staying current with all the new beta info and at the best, playing the beta, like you've said, there will still be things in the live release that give you the same feeling you had when you first heard the first hero class to be implemented was the Death Knight.There are also a few rumors floating around that have yet to be confirmed by anyone in the alpha or beta, so even if you are following this as closely as some of us, we'll all still be waiting for the live release to actually see if rumors are true.
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