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3-21-2011 @ 10:48PM
@ Amaxe - thanks for the comments. When I first quit WoW back in 2006, I stayed away completely for most of a year; it was only curiosity about BC and the general look of the blood elf stuff that brought me back. And my best friend was playing, which helped. But it's interesting to see how people react to someone who says they don't play anymore - it seems to be all about how they present themselves.Speaking of which:@ brandie: do you really think you're going to change anyone's mind by talking about why you quit? Honestly, people can make that decision on their own, and your baseless accusations about Blizzard making it so you need to buy gold aren't winning you any points. And if you can't make gold in Cataclysm, you're simply not trying. I quested a character from 83 to 84 this weekend, sold a half-dozen stacks of herbs, and thus made over 1000 gold with hardly any real effort and no grinding. If the game's not fun for you, then don't play, but coming in here and acting like the victim just makes you look bad. And for all that you say Blizzard has made the game unplayable, there's roughly 12 million people who seem to be doing just fine. And I don't think there's a chance they're *all* buying gold.
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