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7-27-2009 @ 6:50PM
Agreed totally. There's absolutely no support for people who want to stop playing but are having trouble. The process of cancelling your account, deleting your characters, instituting 24-7 lockout hours and informing your online friends of your pending disappearance is far too many steps for most people to take without changing their minds.Likewise people who don't play do not understand how hard it is for WoW players to not continue playing.There needs to be a tool for WoW players to force themselves to stop playing for a set amount of time. Something like a big red button on the account management page that freezes your account and gametime for a month. It should be irrevokable by any means once clicked.
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