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2-14-2009 @ 1:32PM
I think the leveling process can be a model for evolution if you look at the entire player base. Maybe WoW isn't the best example because it's pretty easy to level, but players who aren't good at game mechanics or socializing tend to become frustrated at lower levels and quit. Think about it, even the worst level 80 usually knows group mechanics, lingo, good talent builds, spell rotations, things like that. Poor players are weeded out, and good players ascend to the end-game.
2-14-2009 @ 2:37PM
I strongly disagree. I've seen some terrible gemming, talent speccing and dps rotations in my gametime. Both from freshly dinged 70/80's to peoples alt specs. (No Mr NoobAltSpecadin, you do not Gem for AP!)
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