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12-05-2008 @ 3:16PM
@GazooHurmI call shenanigans.I too work a full time job (usually 50-60 hours a week), am married, and have social commitments I keep up with. Playing 5-6 nights a week would not allow for such unless I limited my sleeping time considerably (being an old fart, that isn't really a possibility if I wish to remain employed). No amount of mad scheduling skillz will add more hours to a day.Asking for someone to commit from 5-6 nights a week to be able to participate in an aspect of a game is well . . . silly.Allowing for people to be able see end game content without such a costly time commitment is just good business sense for Blizz. I don't think they will be changing that strategy anytime soon.If such inclusion gives your ego heartburn, then it would probably be a good idea to find another game to enable you to stroke your epeen in the manner in which you so obviously need to.I personally like the approach Blizz is taking. I no longer have the time available to raid like I did back in my EQ days and its nice to see the lore revealed and participate in major plot lines without such a steep time commitment.
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