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8-12-2008 @ 5:03AM
Those college grads and college students of you are aware that in life there are "weed out" 'things', so why can't it be applied to other areas.The grind from 1-60 originally was a "weed out" of the players who didn't have the dedication to stick with it. (Go level in some other MMO's and you'll see that WoW's original leveling was a joke, relatively.) As levelling became easier its changed, so even now there are capped level players that really haven't learned anything about their class along the way. With triple the levelling, this will only increase.Granted, you can choose to completely avoid these people, and in all fairness it is THEIR money.HOWEVER, don't expect those of us who know what's going on to invite you to groups, guilds, raids, etc. when you can't function the basics of your class. I'm not asking for the best of the best, but I am asking for competence."It may be YOUR $12.99 to $14.99 a month, but its our $51.96 to $74.95 that you're wasting" when you can't play your class in the most basic way. (Not my quote, but I couldn't tell you whose it was; just makes sense.)As for the people buying second accounts to take advantage to level alts and get the mount; growing up in a consumer culture can have that effect on people. Blizzard's just looking to sugar-coat some way to get more money.
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