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3-01-2011 @ 11:55PM
How has reading WoW Insider changed my game experience? Well, it has demonstrated, at times, that [2. Trade] isn't all that bad...though not as succinctly as the official forums, by any stretch! ;-)I kid. Seriously, when I can't play for whatever reason (like I'm *cough* at work *cough*), this helps me get my WoW fix. I've learned of great add-ons, suggested some as well, was never chosen for some awesome gifts (grrrrrrrrr) and was able to participate in some great in-game events.In general (no, not [1. General]), I'd say that it has helped to make the game more enjoyable for me - if for nothing more than pausing at a great vista and thinking, "I should screen cap it and send it to Around Azeroth!"
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