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11-03-2009 @ 8:14AM
I think all achievements are passive by nature and not worth doing.
11-03-2009 @ 9:43AM
I love how an opinion regularly gets downvoted here. He was not saying anything that was offensive at all but the downvote fairies just keep on trucking here at wow.com!
11-03-2009 @ 11:20AM
"I think all achievements are passive by nature and not worth doing."perhaps all things in game are not worth doing?maybe playing, or posting, or reading, or anything in life is passive and not worth doing?
11-03-2009 @ 11:25AM
--posted again as my earlier "reply" went onto the the second page as a new post.@mrdigory - That could be said for everything we do in World of Warcraft or video games as a whole. Raiding for example is a huge pit of wasted time since all gear earnt from all those hours is eventually replaced, even sooner if you're a hardcore raider since you'll see gear upgrades more often. Achievements though are something that once earned can be viewed at anytime, they don't get vendored or sharded a week later.All told it's just a matter of personal opinion so your comment is perfectly reasonable and didn't deserve downgrading. There are many ways to play the game and it's up to each individual how they choose to play the game.At the end of the day whatever we do in World of Warcraft will one day amount to nothing, that day being when Blizzard finally switch off the WoW servers for good. As unrealistic as it sounds given the cash cow it is we all know they eventually will, maybe not for another 5 years but it will happen.
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