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8-03-2009 @ 11:13PM
this is yet another nail driving home my point that Halo ruined gaming. those who want to PvP, and those who simply want to get directly into the action and skip everything relevant now always get their fucking way. the people who play WoW for the PvP are all retards who do not understand the fact that they are infact ruining the game. this is a solution to a problem that would be better solved a different way. the obtaining of mounts should not be hypersonically sped up like it is. the actual best possible solution to this problem would be first having someone level a charicter to at least 60, and then allowing that person to have the option to start a new player at levels 1, 30, 40, or 50. this is simply a change that instead of streamlining the game, forces it face first into a brick wall. the game is not meant to play this quickly. looking at the shear size of WoW and the fact that an accurate step by step manual in great detail would count as a lethal weapon shows that WoW is not a game you are supposed to be able to get from levels 1-80 in 2-3 days. WoW is a game that is supposed to be enjoyed slowly, watching each character grow in personallity and skill. I can understand why people want to speed up the game, it does take a long time. The game itself in response becomes more boring because of this streamlining.
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