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6-25-2009 @ 8:31PM
I've quit twice. Both times were after I got bored with the expansions. I quit about 8 months into BC and about 6months into WotLK. I like new content, but I don't like spending months grinding one raid instance for minor upgrades. I'll most likely come back again once they release the next major expansion, although the feature that allows for turning off experience is interesting. I might come back for a few months to do some lvl 60/70 raiding.
6-26-2009 @ 1:31PM
This is very similar to my experience. For both expansions I was very excited to get into the new content and use the new features. In both cases I leveled a character to max level, did a few raids and then started to get burned out and took 2-3 months off to play other games. Then the x.1 patch would come out and I'd get back into it, turn an alt into a main and start the raid content with a completely different play style.WoW 1.x I played a mage in endgameWoW 2.x I played a shamanWoW 3.x I am now gearing a druidNext expansion it will probably be a warrior or deathknight.
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