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7-02-2009 @ 1:23AM
While I don't necessarily disagree, I imagine that much the same words were spoken of EQ once upon a time.I do think it fairly clear that the game is losing a lot of it's more "hardcore" element, and that is going to have ramifications many in the casual vs hardcore debate have long ignored -- it is the hardcore, after all, that write most of the mods, strategies, blogs, and much of the rest of the peripheral-but-very-important content WoW is so richly blessed with. Without them, where will these things come from? Pretty much by definition, not from the casual element. We shall see, I suppose, but I suspect it will be some time before true ramifications of population shift become apparent.
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