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11-24-2008 @ 6:20AM
TBH i just wish ppl (from both 'camps') would just shut up whining about it. Everyone made their choices on how to play this, so enjoy it - and if your not - then maybe you made a bad choice. From the hardcore ppl you get, oh its not hard enough - we need more content, and from the casual ppl its usually - i have a life i so i cant see the end game content ive paid for. WOW depends on BOTH sides in different ways, so give it a rest.Suggestions for hardcores -make yourself challenges. See how many hands/feet u need tied behind your back til it IS a challenge.Suggestion for casuals - dont rush - enjoy it - after all its a GAME - you will get to see the content - maybe later than others - but its NOT A RACE - let the hardcores race.Oh and tbh i expect some flaming (and dont care in any slight way so feel free)I am sure i am not the only person sick to death with this continual wrangling of casual vs hardcore. And i suspect a lot of it is kept alive solely for the benefit of blog sites (and by blog sites).BTW fyi I am a casual (full time job, have a RL too etc, i even have friends and relationship!), and i dont care a fig if 2 billion ppl have seen something before me - its still the 1st time for me, and i intend to enjoy every last secondAnyhow rant overHave fun everyone
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