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4-27-2011 @ 8:11AM
I'm actually currently taking off from Azeroth. I let the game lapse because I could not afford a newer-ish computer to play the game with any kind of fluidity and it just killed the appeal of it. Plus, I was much more of a PvP-er so, any kind of "omg it was lag!" Was just intensified and it became a hassle to play. Plus, I got re-interested in my Xbox 360 and got a girlfriend, moved, and started a new job. RL stuff got in the way. I don't really miss it, but I know that if I could go back and have fun playing the game again, I would be back.
4-27-2011 @ 8:34AM
Somewhat the same, I got a new job which takes a lot of my time and when I get home I often don't feel like playing.plus its Champions League week so I definately have to see that instead of raiding. (Barcelona vs Real Madrid =o )I still log in, but only a few times per week.
4-27-2011 @ 9:49AM
Same kind of thing for me, with the added fun that I enrolled in law school two years ago. My first semester I actually still played an hour or so everyday, but since then other things have taken over my free time - primarily a new relationship. I started playing six years ago and with the exception of playing for a few weeks with Cat came out (wee Goblins!) I've been more or less on break for a year and a half now. I fully expect to start playing again this summer, though, when I'm on a more normal schedule.
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