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5-09-2011 @ 8:05AM
I had been playing WoW on and off since the release of Naxxramas. Every time I subscribed, I would never find that group of people that could keep me inspired to play past the late-40s. It wasn't until Cataclysm rolled around and I rolled a worgen hunter on Earthen Ring that I finally met the group of people I finally found a connection with. I'm now proud to say I have a growing group of friends and a level 85 character that's gearing up for his first heroic.The people you meet may not have a real face, but they're still real company. And you know what they say about the company you keep.
5-09-2011 @ 11:21AM
/agree. It is all about people.But my current break will last for one year- or until Blizzard changes its mind on issues I'm deeply with which I'm DEEPLY unsatisfied:1. Full time tree form option for resto druids2. Frost tank tree for death knights3. Another 80 zone besides Vashj'Ir or HyjalThere are other minor annoyances that lead me to quit. But these three are the real deal-breakers. I was VERY sad to leave my friends in game, but they understood. I'm not going to pay Blizzard any more if I disagree. A year off will help me adjust my attitude toward the company. Until then, I'm not in the right frame of mind to accept these changes to the game I love so much.
5-09-2011 @ 1:59PM
I agree with all three of your reasons. I haven't stopped playing yet, but those 3 will be part of the reason when I do. Frankly, I'm getting bored as heck with the game.
5-09-2011 @ 3:49PM
@GregAll 3 things that you listed are incredibly specific. Numbers 1 and 2 are incredibly unlikely to ever happen and #3 will never happen. How long do you end up being at level 80 anyway? These extremely specific issues you have with the game are not shared by the general WoW population.In any case, you will be missed. :(
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