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9-08-2010 @ 8:07AM
I find myself completely removed from the game. For some reason I still have a subscription, but I'm mostly just checking up on TV shows and the like.I even logged yesterday to check out the two events, but just could not find the interest to do so.Am I missing anything?
9-08-2010 @ 10:03AM
So completely removed that you watched newsfeeds and logged in to participate in the pre-expansion events the day they launched, then read and responded to this WoW.com entry the very next day?I believe by "completely removed" you meant, "I can't stop myself from playing and gobbling up every last bit of information I can find!"Me too.
9-08-2010 @ 6:02PM
I've gotta agree with Bernie on this one - I still read WoW.com as I'm still interested in the game in abstract. But logging on to do dailies or run instances? I burnt myself out on that weeks ago. I'm sure as soon as Cata hits I'll be back to logging in all the time but in the meantime - Mass effect 1 and 2, Lord of the rings Online, Fallout 3 and Civ $ have all more than kept my attention :)
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