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5-23-2011 @ 7:33PM
Ya know, after nearly 7 years of playing this game, and constantly listening to all the endless qq, I can remain silent no more. If you are bored with the game after only a few months since a new content patch hit then I submit that you are not experiencing all that Wow has to offer. Hardcore raiding guilds make up only a small minority of the WoW community. Many more of us, me included, actually play the game for many other reasons than endless gear progression chasing. Some of us love the Lore, many love questing and leveling alts and others live for BG encounters. I actually enjoy completing achievements, fulfilling archeology quests and yes even listening to the fantastic music in the game. There is FAR more to this game than end game boss chasing and if you are bored after a couple of months of new content than try experiencing the many and varied options offered by this unbelievably versatile yet complex phenomenon we call WoW. It's not just all about end-game! Try some of the in-between and you might actually find there is a world out there waiting for you. My two cents!
5-23-2011 @ 7:59PM
Amen, Its nice to see a positive attitude for once. The tone of this article seemed to be a little negatice for me, This game is always improving I feel as if people just complain for the sake of complaining.
5-23-2011 @ 10:13PM
@jozep...I wish I had read your comment before I posted my own. Thanks for providing me with a little perspective.
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