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11-19-2008 @ 11:53PM
blizzard isn't catering to the casuals, they are catering to the entitled casuals who feel they deserve every epic piece of gear from every raid without putting in any real effort/work.The fact that all the raid content has been cleared by people in lvl 70 gear, with many not even at the level cap yet tells me that blizz turned down the meter too far and made this game a joke. I will reserve my "real" rant for a couple months when every drooling idiot is 10manning the 25man naxx and there is no 'game' left but just a glorified chat room.Even casuals should be bothered by the fact that blizzard is catering to the lowest common denominator. People who want something for nothing, people that cry and moan and complain that they cant get warglaives since they only play 2hours a week and "that isnt fair" or "they arent no-lifers" and bla bla. These are the people that will cause the downfall of WoW, because they are the majority in this game, and they are paying customers.Just watch, in a few months when everyone realizes that this content is a joke - and there is no challenge left in the game, and the only thing left is a bunch of babies crying for nerfs and free gear and easy content and you will see WoW start to die. And maybe, just maybe, will you casuals begin to understand why us hardcore gamers despise the entitled brats of our world.
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