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7-17-2010 @ 9:53AM
Not that I haven't made enough comments already, but I thought I'd toss out a warning for those interested in playing another MMO. Be careful of the communities in regards to WoW. I've found a lot of people will diss it just because and will openly mock anyone that expresses their like for the game. I don't know why they do, as there's probably a number of reasons. It's frustrating that you don't see more who just let it be and move on, instead of being obnoxious about it.
7-17-2010 @ 10:31AM
I have an on-again, off-again LOTRO account that I fire up when WoW starts to drag for me. I think it's a great game, great community - but the WoW bashing that shows up in chat on a regular basis is just odd. I want to pipe up and say that in WoW you don't see people talking trash about other games, but it doesn't seem worth the trouble.
7-17-2010 @ 11:21AM
I played DDO for a little while, and the WoW-bashing and the cash shop turned me right off.
7-18-2010 @ 4:52AM
While I think the MapleStory community is less vocal on WoW bashing their too busy pretending to kill each other with their weapons (even though the game doesn't support player killing...), individuals do have odd perceptions of WoW, for example:- WoW is expensive, comparibly WoW is very cheap compared to cash shop model games if you what the features WoW gives inclusively (generally cash shop options can last between 90 to forever in the duration of their services).- If you play WoW you'll be addicted for life - obviously they've never seen a player between during expansion lifecycles - hahaha...- Some players kill themselves if they have their account hacked - Ironically the day the guy said this to me I had my WoW account hacked and I'm still here - WoW has excellent support, the best I've experienced really within 8hrs I had my account back in my hands and all my items & gold restored.
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