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5-28-2010 @ 5:07PM
@Gregg Reece, "This feature might be useless to you, but that doesn't mean it is useless to everyone."You absolutely don't get what he's talking about, do you? Yes, it IS useful for some, nobody argues with that. However, it could've been useful for EVERYBODY, if it weren't for one rather debatable design decision.History of WoW is a history of needless limitations and artifical obstacles. You can't go there. You can't do this. You can't talk with that player. You can't set up this or change that. You are not eligible for these promotion items. You can't get that holiday quest. You can't decide how to use this service. Instead of making it viable for everybody, they're content enough with saying "it is not meant for you."Well yea, I guess it's not meant for me. But in that case I don't understand why I have to pay it with my goddamn monthly fee. If it's just for somebody, make it a paid service.
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