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11-11-2010 @ 5:08PM
@dustwalker, it's mostly just a different way of doing things. WoW offers an incredible amount of content, even if you don't get the expansions, but the system IS designed for the user having all expansions. This is expensive for a new player, but if you've played the game in the last 6 years, you likely already have at least one of the games. I've (like most WoW players) slowly built up the game with expansions, purchasing them as they're released (which is a 2 year gap). It's not expensive if you're paying 15 bucks a month (and can cancel whenever you want) plus 30-40 dollars every two years for additional major content (and plenty of "free" stuff through patches in between). This system in place works wonderfully and I hope it never gets changed.
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