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7-28-2008 @ 8:20AM
Will wrath include any "enhanced" outlands content? Will I have wasted 10k gold on 2 epic flying mounts for 2 toons? Heroic Deadmines??
7-28-2008 @ 10:28AM
""wasted", huh?You do realize, I hope, that EVERYTHING you do in a gme is "wasted", except for the temporary pleasure it brings. I do not see why spending hours and hours getting the gold for an epic mount that you are not guaranteed to be able to use in every possible future situation, is in any way different from spending hours and hours grinding for an arena sword or a T5 hat or a spectacular 4 course dinner at your local restaurant.If you enjoy it, enjoy it. Don't whine about the fact that no pleasure is forever.
7-28-2008 @ 10:30AM
Wow, way to a put an "I'm better than all of you, and you're all losers for playing a video game" spin on it. If you don't like people being concerned about the time they've spent in game being wasted, you're on the wrong website. Gtfo.
7-28-2008 @ 1:59PM
Blayed, he has a point. If you had an ounce of fun with that mount, it's no more wasted than the effort you put into getting to 70 or winning a BG. There's always something more to be done in this game, and that's what makes it great. You can't be the best and have the best things in this game without playing continually. It's more effective to enjoy making progress in WoW than it is to enjoy being done with making progress.
7-28-2008 @ 9:11PM
Also, they've been saying forever that flying mounts will eventually work in Northrend, so stop being so emo and put on some Preparation H or something. They're not going to take your epic flyers out behind the barn and give them the Old Yeller treatment.http://www.wowinsider.com/2008/07/27/how-to-fly-through-the-cold-winds-of-northrend/
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