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2-27-2009 @ 8:12AM
@Kakistocracy:"Elitist" is used as a pejorative because there are far too many players out there who consider themselves 'elite' and use their self-given status to look down on everyone who's not 'elite', which is usually anyone who suggests that there's more to life than WoW and running the same instance for 42 hours to get one drop is kind of silly.I can see WoW as being a meritocracy and it's an interesting idea. The problem is the people who think that devoting so much of their lives to the game gives them the right to treat other people like worthless beings, or that Blizzard should cater to them more because they're 'elite'.
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