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3-12-2011 @ 8:46AM
I don't make time for WoW, WoW makes time for me.
3-12-2011 @ 10:06AM
This is actually a pretty insightful observation. One of the strengths of WoW is how incredibly flexible it is. Have a whole day free? You can play WoW. Have 10 minutes free? You can play WoW.
3-12-2011 @ 11:56AM
Can't say I agree with this statement. That 10 minutes is damn sure to turn into an hour. Its like saying I am going to eat one skittle and then the bag disappears.
3-12-2011 @ 1:15PM
@sleuthel: Unless you're into serious raiding, where regularity becomes mandatory.
3-12-2011 @ 5:02PM
I think thats what sleuthel meant. You can approach the game however you like. If you've got the time to devote specific hours, there's stuff to do. If you've got a random hour with nothing to do, log on and you can find stuff to do. Log in for 10 mins, check mail and auctions, etc.. If you have no set schedule that you can play, there is still a ton of stuff to do. Flexibility makes the game awesome.
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