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11-16-2009 @ 3:08PM
WoW has always been a commercial game. There's been no commercialization. You pay for it. Also, it's not in any "death throes" but continues to grow and make massive amounts of money for it's company (see, commercial enterprise, WoW, above).Anyone who did the original MC with 40 people would never want to go back to that mess. 40 person raids are too damn unwieldy. Your comments make little or no sense and you just sound ignorant and nostalgic for something you imagine was a lot better than it really was. But you're still paying for a subscription, no doubt, and you're still reading and posting on here. You can always quit if you don't like it; but don't expect a successful company to change things for the sake of a tiny dissatisfied demographic of Vanilla Wanna-be's like yourself.
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