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6-30-2009 @ 12:50PM
Why spend hours a week raiding, or hours a week in bgs or pvp teams?Something for everyone. Mounts and pets are something that casuals can work/grind for. Not to mention, it's a little time consuming and boring to try to keep my sister updated on play mechanics and how I'm "progressing" through raids when she asks what I'm doing in WoW, but she loves hearing about the new animals and mounts. (She was more excited than my guildies were when I got the riding turtle, for example)Also, if you do pvp a lot, I suspect it's a good idea to have at least *one* non-class mount, from another race, just so it takes people a second longer to figure out what you are, and therefore how to attack you.
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