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11-27-2009 @ 2:22PM
Take a break from WoW? I'll be doing that as soon as I get my Pilgrim title tonight. Then it'll be waiting till 3.3, and (if it comes first) finishing Winter's Veil achievements.Perma-quit WoW? When they shut the servers down, or if I loose the ability to play(ie, dead or comatose), or if I just completely loose interest in the game(which *could* happen, but I'm pretty sure I'm more likely to be hit by a bus or something).I'm not a hardcore WoW fan, but I do enjoy the game because, frankly, there's a lot of game there to enjoy. Sure, there's the occasional bit of burnout, but burnout is *good*, it lets me go focus on other awesome games I'd otherwise miss out on, take care of RL, and eventually, be able to come back to WoW with my enthusiasm refreshed and ready to tear into the next content patch/expansion.
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