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7-02-2009 @ 2:51AM
The thing is though wow hasn't been losing much of its hardcore nature. What has been doing is gaining a casual nature while retaining the hardcore nature. Many of the things people attribute as "losing hardcore" is infact removing stupidty and poor design.Easier and better does not equal loss of hardcore. But the original commenter is right, this isn't a sign of anything but a person moving on. It gets more attention just because they are a high profile person but hundreds if not thousands of people come and go every day. I've just 4-5 people come back to wow in my guild that quit from burnout.It happens. New bloggers will fill the gaps where gaps need to be filled and it will continue. There is nothing to attribute this to the death of wow. Nothing indicates such other then burn out. When the new people stop coming or quit, then people can start clamoring the sky is falling.but burn out of long time community members isn't surprising. 4+ years is a long time to invest in something, and a long time for priorities, interests, hobbies, and just life to change.
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