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9-21-2010 @ 1:46PM
Gotta love their wording "This comes at no additional charge for the people who are already paying additional charges" All in all, a cool idea that I'm sure a lot of people will use, but it doesn't hold huge appeal to me. I'm happy chatting with guildies in-game and leave it at that.
9-21-2010 @ 2:17PM
I'm with you. Chatting with guild mates might be nice outside of the game now and then ... but then again, that's what Instant Messaging clients are for. Paying for that? No, thank you.
9-21-2010 @ 2:32PM
I feel the same. When I'm off the game, I'm off the game. I really don't want /tells from guild mates about guild drama or to grats them for dinging when I'm standing in line at the bank or something. ;pBut really, I like to keep WoW separate from the real world, inasmuch as I like to keep the real world separate from WoW. When I'm in the game, I like to get immersed in Azeroth and enjoy the escape from reality. And when it's time to rejoin reality, I like to be focused on my family and responsibilities, without WoW as a distraction.
9-21-2010 @ 3:45PM
Or worse, "Can you come tank/heal ICC for us?". Sure, let me drop what I'm doing, get in my car, drive home, and raid for 2-3 hours. I have no life anyway. If i'm online, then totally different story. I love my guildies, but when I'm away from the game, I'm not going to rush back and play due to someone else's problem. Sounds too much like a on-call job.
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