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9-06-2008 @ 12:46PM
Let's not forget the fact that if someone pays for their own account they are free to do whatever they want with the account they have. If they don't know the game very well and are learning on their own you can't blame them for that. The point of the game is to have fun, not "Progress" or "PvP." Many of the casual players or the players that are being recruited are playing the game with the intention to enjoy themselves, not necessarily play the game the way others (who aren't even paying for their account) want them to. I'm not saying this because I am in fact still learning the game because I have played WoW for 3 years now. But you cannot get mad at someone for playing the game and learning at the pace they want to learn it at. Everyone is different and you have to accept the fact that it is just a game.
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