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10-05-2011 @ 7:09PM
Heh, I remember how "4e = WoW" turned the WotC forums to vitriolic internet trench warfare back when 4e was just coming out. This brings back memories.For my part, as a WoWplayer, the comparison was always solid. That's just the nature of the 4e beast. Heh, I remember describing 4e to my playing group right after receiving the books, and the resounding response I got was "oh, like in WoW?". That's not necessarily negative (and can certainly be taken positively in a few ways), but there's honestly no use in denying the comparison.
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