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4-02-2009 @ 9:04AM
I play warcraft to do things that I can't possibly do IRL. It's a game, it's fantasy, and it's fun to group up w/your friends to down big bosses, execute perfect strategies, (aka don't stand in stuff) and get gear. You get to meet new people in the major cities or in raids.You know what's not fun? Sitting in a house.
4-02-2009 @ 10:35AM
/agreeI was reading all of these comments asking for housing and I'm like "why?" I would much rather the developers spend time on raids, instances, new BGs, anything that is actual content, than to have them wasting time so I can, uhm, have a house? The "I want a house" QQ makes me think of the "World of World of Warcraft" parody from The Onion. "Now that I have a WoW house, it's like I'm really sitting in my house doing nothing...." I don't want to sound like one of those "I don't want it so no one else should have it" people, but I would bet 99% of the people playing the game would prefer one new boss anywhere in the game over a fully customizable house.
4-02-2009 @ 12:28PM
The economy's pretty bad right now, so some people don't get to sit in a house IRL.
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