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11-28-2009 @ 12:18AM
I must admit that I have no interest in PvP. Honestly, the whole idea of PvP bothers me because I don't like competing with other people outside of my professional life. I prefer cooperative gaming. Hence why the constant struggle over PvP and PvE balancing doesn't really bother me. I don't see the PvP side of the game enough to care about it.I am much more concerned with the experience of moving through the amazing environments Blizzard has created. Over the last 5 years I think we have all become so used to moving in the world that we forget to actually look at it. It is truly an incredible backdrop to an amazing work of fantasy storytelling. I think in the future when the new art history books are written, WoW will be included as one of the most important works of fine art of our time.I believe that simple fact makes all of the whining about class balancing and content accessibility completely inconsequential. WoW is an incredible work of interactive art that you are all very privileged to be participating in.
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