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6-07-2011 @ 11:06AM
I love a lot of these ideas, really. Also, its both nice to imagine all of those memorials actually being added to the game, and very sad, thinking of the day when we leave the game, when WOW is over... to think about that after all these years, we leave and move on and to imagine there's this planet Azeroth, empty and cold now, with memorials of all those people who fought there, made friends there, did great stuff.I know, kinda dramatic, but still, I hope you know what I mean...even though we talk about game characters, its both nice to see how we are attached to them, and sad to think about how one day, we will leave them behind
6-07-2011 @ 12:50PM
It won't be so sad, really. I'm in the process of gifting all my stuff to friends who will remain in game, but I've already retired all but 3 toons: a pair bank alts on both sides who are busy liquidating assets from my toons and from the bank guild's vault I created way back when, and lowbie priest I'm playing more to kill time before my subscription ends in 2 weeks. I'm getting rid of some stuff that's been gathering dust for a good long time. (Amazing what some of that stuff is going for!)And then I'm free.It won't be sad. Whole other worlds await!
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