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9-07-2010 @ 8:06AM
I decided not to try to get into the beta just because I want to experience it when it's done, and not have things yanked out from under me while Blizzard works out the kinks. Also, I'm an altaholic - I already have names reserved for at least six new characters once Cataclysm hits - so I'd rather not go through quests over and over on beta only to have to do them yet again on live. I plan to do Loremaster once it's tracked by zone anyway, so trust me, I'll be experiencing everything eventually. ^_^Also, I'm not great with numbers when it comes to WoW, so I wouldn't be much help when it came to reporting on new abilities and giving feedback as to what needed to be changed. But I am thankful for those who are; it means we'll get a better and more balanced game when it's done.
9-07-2010 @ 11:28AM
I agree. I'm excited to roll new toons for the 1-60 content in Cataclysm. Unfortunately, as has been discussed on the podcasts, much of that content is still a work in progress.I have many other hobbies, so I don't mind waiting until November to play Cataclysm. I enjoy my time in game, but it's not the only focus of my life.
9-07-2010 @ 12:32PM
I want to be a noob again. My very first character in WoW was a Tauren Hunter. After figuering out how to grab a quest then turning around to see all of Red Cloud Mesa sloping down from the village was just awesome. The way the plainstriders were pacing back and forth while the well turned methodically in the distance was hypnotic. That experiance was literally the reason I played WoW for so many years. I have done many things since then but none of them ever made me stop and stare the way Red Cloud Mesa did because, for that time only, I was a true WoW noob.When I sign in to Cataclysm as a Worgen Rogue(neither of which I have been) I want to have as close to that same experience as possible. That is why I am avoiding the Beta.
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