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4-28-2009 @ 2:54PM
I would also like to point out that this is a game not a job! Why should; would you work that hard to do something that's suppose to be fun? work is not fun. I agree make the game a challenge but don't make it so hard that folks are writing suicide notes and jumping off of bridges. I would assume most of the player base is like myself who have life's and hold a job.
4-28-2009 @ 3:13PM
you got it!Been playing MMOs since Ultima Online, and as we ALL know many people, just like cell phones today, did not have internet much less a computer in their home...NOW, ha throw all that out the window there is a new breed of PC/ Console gamer, and well...I just wonder (yes, wonder, to the WoW trolls, I'm not bothered or WORRIED how people do their MMO thing) if people are having fun? As you said sir, Its not a job. I have one already...
4-28-2009 @ 7:05PM
Why would you spend evenings training with your football team instead of just kicking a ball around the park on the weekend?Why would you spend hours practicing playing a musical instrument instead of just putting a CD on?Why would you hammer yourself running in order to get fit enough to run a marathon?Why would you spend heaps of time painstakingly painting miniature figures instead of just buying them?Why? Because some people want to excel at their hobbies. And WoW is no different.
5-03-2009 @ 6:41PM
The above things you mention require you to work hard at them. Warcraft is my hobbie also, but I don't take it to that level. Why do I need to impress fools I don't even know?! For E-peen? Please! If you do I believe you have a problem. I play wow because it's FUN not because I have to prove I have balls.
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