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3-01-2011 @ 8:26AM
I feel that WoW Insider made me a more informed player. I was a guild officer during TBC and checking blogs on how patches/hot-fixes were going to be effecting our raids was practically a requirement to ensuring a smooth transition to a new normal.Even though I'm on hiatus from the game itself right now (I'm sure I'll be sucked back in again) I still check WoW Insider multiple times a day to stay connected.
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