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12-26-2008 @ 1:34PM
I definitely waited for Christmas for the game. Both for the first reason Chris Anthony stated (I don't make much money.), and because I'd asked for it for a gift when it was released but I asked for the Collector's Edition. That box is impressive. I was shocked when I saw it, but I wanted that so I waited for it. I had my Paladin at 70 for months before LK. In that time I started a priest and got him to 30 for the time being, took a 3 month break from the game, and then came back to install the trial WotLK, make a DK and roll it over to my permanent account. I've played for 2 years on 3 different servers on both factions. I have multiple 70s, but I would call myself casual not for the reason you think. It's not because of how much time I spend on the game. It's because of what I choose to do with my time in the game. I explore, start alts, run lowbies through stuff for free, get into 5 mans when I can and if I'm bored I'll do dailies and become obsessive about achieving titles. (I will have Merrymaker dammit!) I became a tank again for a few days just for that stupid hat and now my 71 paladin is logged in at BEM patiently waiting to be logged into so I can ask for help getting Ogri'la off the ground.
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