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12-23-2009 @ 8:13AM
I pay $15 a month to play it. That's crazy enough.
12-23-2009 @ 8:32AM
12-23-2009 @ 10:35AM
Ah, to be young again and have a job that makes me think 15 dollars a month is a lot of money.Don't worry kid, you'll have a real job someday.
12-23-2009 @ 11:04AM
Dear mr Alchesumtinsumtin. Some of us players live in different countries. I pay 120zł per month, which, converted with a percentage of average salary, is about 125$. Thank you for listening.
12-23-2009 @ 11:24AM
@Vish:Wow, that's (almost) not worth it
12-23-2009 @ 2:30PM
All that needs to be said.
12-23-2009 @ 3:26PM
@AlchemistmerlinIt's fortunate that you're in a position to feel that $15 dollars a month is not a lot of money. I hope *you* also realize that it is fortunate. No, in the long run, it's not a lot of money. But there are plenty of adults, with "real jobs" as you put it, struggling to pay medical bills, feed kids, get a little something to celebrate the holidays, etc., etc., and finding that extra bit of cash to have something to pass the time with can be a little tough sometimes. I'm sure you realize this, though, and maybe your grumpy, condescending reply was due to your having a bad day,or missing your morning coffee,or something. I'm sorry for that. But age, social standing, or the quality of ones job does not negate other circumstances that can indeed make one feel "15 dollars a month is a lot of money".Thanks for listening, and have a nice holiday season.
12-23-2009 @ 5:00PM
@FifthIf you're struggling to do any of those things, you should not be putting ANY money toward WoW, even in good times.
12-30-2009 @ 9:45PM
@condescending AlchemistmerlinListen well boy, how much you make does not change the fact that money has a value. Your $10 an hour salary may make you think 15 a month is trivial, but it is not.Remember these words as you grow up: Every dollar has a worth, and even the biggest sum is made of small numbers together.
12-23-2009 @ 7:22PM
Though Alchemistmerlin is being condescending, I really don't understand people and this argument. WoW is not food, water or electricity.I've had to leave WoW before due to money issues. It's a GAME. I also cut back on eating out/alcohol and other non-essentials.If $15 a month makes or breaks a budget in which you balance medical bills, kids or mortgages you shouldn't be playing games.Oh and this is from a 24 year old with a mortgage and 30k worth of student loans that I manage on a single average income. Money is not plentiful for me... however 15 bucks a month is still not much. When it gets to the point where 15 a month IS a lot, my account will no longer be active.So while I respect that some people need to go to an effort to remain in the game, please don't expect the world to be sympathetic that you shell out 15 a month - the fact that you're doing it means you're not that badly off (or you're insane...)
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