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10-11-2011 @ 8:44AM
If I cared one whit about the mathematics of the game I'd never play any of them - table top or computer. I want a good story. I want to feel a part of a good story and to feel like the other people in the story are something besides set dressing. I want to go into instances to See the content (unfortunately the current game culture is to rush through as fast as possible, ignore the content and just zerg for the final boss). Now if we could just have some content please. When I first started this game in late Vanilla, just before BC I got hooked on the stories and the involvement of the players in them. I've run in certain zones because I want to see if Garrosh really is Learning Something.I did the rescue of Thrall not because it was required for opening the next steps but because I wanted to help Agra. By the way, kudos on some of her lines - especially in the Stone sequence - growling about being patient - yeah, that was good stuff.This isn't a comic book and even the youngest of the target group for this game are not unappreciative of good story (those that don't care live in the battlegrounds ;) ). We aren't little children who can't follow story for more than 5 minutes and we don't need the characters we've become involved with, attached to flattened into shadows of themselves.
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