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4-08-2011 @ 12:48PM
unvme331: What you need to remember is that Blizz wants everyone to enjoy the game, not just the "hardcore" sect. How about the hardcore players start paying $30.00 per month and the casual players can just keep paying $15.00. Then you'd have a reason to whine about being "hardcore" and having to deal with changes that help the casual player. Seriously, when you invest something more into the game other than your time, then whine all you want. But until then, and as long as both "hardcore" and "casuals" are all paying Blizz the same for the opportunity to play the game, then just stop. Personally I'm tired of the whole "We don't have lives so we play 20 hours a week and deserve more because of it!" mentality. No one, including Blizz, ever asked you to play as much as the "hardcore" community does. No one ever promissed "hardcore" players special recognition or advantages. So how about we just all praise the positive changes, no matter what sect they pertain to, or flippin' quit WoW if you're so unhappy.
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