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12-12-2008 @ 1:03PM
Everything you said and...I miss the social attitude, everything in PVE was tougher and slower, so you were encouraged to group moar, forcing you to make friends. About two months after release, I met a mage, and we played together for over a year. When we were bored we actually went huge exploration kicks, trying to see all of Azeroth (at like lv30). Later I met a balance druid and a rogue that I spent more time with than my family, it seemed. Now everyone has their eyes on the "prize", epics. The whole lowbie thing is something to be passed over. Which is a shame, I enjoy leveling much more than grinding the same content over and over for some purples, just so I can walk through town feeling "hardcore".
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