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12-12-2008 @ 9:20AM
lol... WoW whippersnappers... does WoW even attract new players anymore? It seems to me it's at the point EQ was with Velious - a good xpac on its hands but teetering on the brink of the point where a game is just too involved and has been around just too long for anyone really new to play it. WoW riding down the horizon to a sunset, and eventually it will go down below the hills and it won't come back up again... soon.
12-12-2008 @ 9:25AM
12-12-2008 @ 10:40AM
Yeah, I went back to my old server with a death knight to talk to talk to old friends. That server is now on the recommended list. Anyway, all my characters MUST have the undead warhorse and I was riding through the undead noob zone doing quests. Surprisingly I actually found a lot of noobs.And people who were actually new to the game too. Aside from the massive amounts of corpses littering the fields, you could tell by the way people were playing. They make jerky movements with their characters in the sort of "wtf, how do you work this game" type of way. They also seem to spend a long time messing around looting things (which is pretty much on autopilot to anyone who has played to say, level 30).It brought a lot more people BACK, but it did add some new people as well. I think the game is going to level off at this point, but there's always some new people starting to play somewhere.
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