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9-10-2009 @ 2:39PM
Hello. I was wondering if I qualify to be called a casual player.I dont play everyday, and when I do play, the amount of time depends on if I have something else to do. For instance, I didnt play at all this past Monday, Tuesday I was able to play for about 4 hours after work, yesterday (Wednesday) I played for about an hour after dinner, but had a social club meeting to attend, and didnt play after I got home from said meeting.When I do play, I dont care much for PVP, although I have run Warsong Gulch and the other BG's a few times.Mostly, I am playing just to enjoy myself.Does this qualify me as a casual player? If not, what description would fit?Thanks
9-10-2009 @ 2:49PM
Personally, I consider anyone who doesn't take part in time consuming things like raiding, to be casual. Honestly, there's not an exact meaning to it. Some people even consider themselves casual raiders and that's fine. As long as you are enjoying yourself in-game like you said, it doesn't really matter what you are. Everything doesn't need a title to it.
9-10-2009 @ 2:51PM
Robin actually did a post on this topic. Here it is:http://www.wow.com/2009/06/09/wow-casually-what-is-casual/
9-10-2009 @ 3:45PM
Only 4 hours?GTFO Casual, you're ruining it for the rest of us.16 hour stints FTW./sarcasm/hasdone16hoursonce...twice
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