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5-19-2011 @ 8:23AM
Know what creeps me out?It’s important to note that as with some of the other convenience- and connectivity-oriented features we offer, certain elements of the cross-realm Real ID party system will be premium-based*shudders*
5-19-2011 @ 8:33AM
Oh ffs, this is a "breakfast" topic, not a "leftovers that have been reheated and rechewed fifty billion times" topic! I don't like leftovers for breakfast! :(... well... unless it's pizza... but your comment, sir, is definitely NOT the pizza of comments. So there.
5-19-2011 @ 8:53AM
"... well... unless it's pizza... but your comment, sir, is definitely NOT the pizza of comments. So there."LOL!However, my point is valid. The title is "Does WoW ever creep you out" and that sort of thing I did not expect from Blizz. I love this game and it's my favorite hobby, so when those sort of moves are announced, I fear for its future.Maybe not keeping with the spirit of the topic, but still I got unpleasant chills down my spine when I read about that.
5-19-2011 @ 1:26PM
Actually, the topic is "does WoW ever creep you out", rather than "does Blizzard Entertainment ever creep you out". The text of the post does set the context for the topic fairly clearly.I feel you've been band-waggoned into darkness, though. "Does the corporation that runs WoW ever creep you out" seems a valid question, although only partially apropos to this topic.
5-19-2011 @ 2:40PM
You're like the guy that turns up at someone's birthday party and bums everyone out by telling them about how your mum just died.Time. Place. Relevance.
5-20-2011 @ 9:12AM
Ok ok, I give.Arthas little kid quest. It's both sad and creepy, particularly when you get to the part about him tearing his heart out.There, that's more relevant.
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