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8-07-2011 @ 3:41PM
In my head .. I have a bit of a bucket list of things I am constantly working on. Achievements which have alluded me, reputations I have yet to grind. In my mind, the point I begin to quit, will arrive at the point when I stop adding things to this list, and begin crossing them off one by one. Of course the game constantly adds new achievements, but at a certain point, there becomes too much saturation, and you no longer care to pursue them. What that certain point is, I don't really know. I love World of Warcraft, and have genuinely enjoyed my time here.. a part of me can't imagine a time when I don't enjoy it, and love it, but I can't imagine doing dailies ten years from now either. So either I will move on to another game, if another game comes out which intrigues me, or I will move on from gaming in my life in general when I no longer have time for it. Either way, I think those who stay gone, are the ones who simply fade away. Those who go out with a bang, aren't really ready to leave.. (IMHO) they just want a change, or the drama their leaving will stir up in others. They're looking for a reason to stay, not another reason to go.
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