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6-24-2011 @ 10:00PM
My $15 bucks a month goes towards a game I sit down and enjoy after my wife and kids are in bed. I try and experience every aspect of the game. Try it some time. Blizzard has tried so much to have a happy medium between the "hardcore" and "Casual" players and have branched out in different directions to add variety. Nobody is ever happy. Every fight is scripted and if the script is followed he will go down. 10 minutes of research and a video is not that hard to make your 15 a month worth it. On average 15 / lets say 30 = .50 cents a day. I think your getting your moneys worth, pretty sure of it. Ask your self what you wish to obtain from this gaming experience. Is it a cheat code that gives you instant epics and scrolling text saying you did it? or an environment that gives you a break from every day life? Try just enjoying the game for what it is and not an entitlement that you feel your .50 cents a day deserves (on average, I am aware that number changes for many). For 5 years I've seen individuals complaining that they can't get past A to be rewarded B to access C because they don't have the time to put in the effort that the formula may require. I get it. You have a life. Good on ya. Just don't complain on public forums about how much you pay and how it's not fair. We all pay the same amount and how we choose to use our game time will differ.
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