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12-05-2008 @ 3:16PM
Good point!You worked 40 hours per week (I assume 8 hours a day, M-F)You raided 5-6 nights a week (Assuming 2-3 hours M-F, more on weekends)A growing boy such as yourself probably needs 8 hours of beauty sleep a night...so...your weekdays and one weekend day are pretty filled.That left you, what, a whole day during the week to have "maintained an active social life" and have "kept up with my responsibilities"?I'm not saying that you are, as you stated, a "basement-dweller, no-lifer, virgin, social-misfit", but I do think your definition of "hard-core" player and "active social life" differ greatly from mine. I don't want epic loot handed out to everyone on a silver platter, either. I would, however, like to be able to see all the hard work the Blizz development team put into creating my favorite video game. I only get to/want to play 5-10 hours per week, and I make the most of the time I get to play. I spend my much smaller amount of time focusing on making my main raid-viable, so that on those rare occasions when I am playing I can see what Blizz has created. In my opinion, this is what Blizz did with WotLK. They made intro raid content available to players who work just as hard as the "hard core", but have less time in their life to do so.Elitist, jerk-off commentary such as spouting "'casuals' are too lazy to bother" or are "no-talent players who want everything for no effort" simply because they don't have the time to play that you do, paints you as nothing more than a troll. Please take your diatribe elsewhere.
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