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12-30-2008 @ 1:57PM
I wouldn't say this is th beggining of the end for wow based on this data. I havent even heard of Gamer DNA until now. Who know's who they're polling on that. What I do know is that WOTLK shattered records and that I've watched this game go from a population of 7million to 11.5 million in two years.One could argue that since Arthas is going to die that players will be disinterested but that's like arguing Warcraft 3 wasn't going to attract any people becuase they tied up everything in Warcraft 2.What we're seeing is the beggining of the end of a story arc that was started in Warcraft3 and the possible beggining of a new chapter in Azeroth's history. There's still a whole lot more that need's to be resolved that wow players care about (Have you seen all the emerald dream posts on the forums) and there's a whole lot more stuff Blizz can do to continue and keep this saga fresh for another decade or more.
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