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3-18-2011 @ 9:49AM
Advice:I saved money by playing WOW and NOT buying one or two "odd" games a month. I have a package full of unopened 5 year old games in my closet and most games I played around 10 hours and then shelved them....... they just lay there.Even SC2 doesn't get played much (once in a month ... perhaps).The money I saved on NOT buying Magic Cards or the next cool miniature of Warhammer figurines I gave to a fine real statue of my main WOW avatar.Also: the War MMO was the last other MMO I ever tried. I can now look back and see how great these past 5 years have been. Playing in a consistent world, so much more fun that the odd video game without background.The only thing that will tear me away from WOW is .... nothing. Perhaps natural death (of me of course).But I am pretty sure I will never leave my 3 characters behind.I even will take them in my will. They are much to dear to me to give up on them.Anyone else has this same fine feeling ?
3-18-2011 @ 11:35AM
Had a similar experience until Cataclysm. Played since Vanilla, loved the game, but due to the changes Cataclysm killed my fun with WoW.Still watching the game, though. If WoW can get back to fitting in my schedule and being good for a fun, frustration-free session, I might return.
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