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10-23-2011 @ 1:13PM
I am simply stating that there is a difference between what your payment "means" to someone and what your payment legally grants you. I continue to pay Blizzard because I enjoy the level of their service, the efforts they go to listen to the myriad types of players in their customer base and integrate ideas they think are worthwhile into their design process, and the core gameplay mechanics that are the foundation of the game. Continuing to pay means, for me, that I enjoy the way Blizzard is designing the game. I am not telling dartht8ter what his payment should mean to him. However, saying "We paid for an expansion based on playable arakkoas and nagas to be developed", as he did, is simply absurd. I might love my death knight's easy-mode dps and continue to pay *because* of that, but I am not paying *for* that, if you get the difference, since all I'm actually paying for is server access. Otherwise, I could say that I've been paying for Blizzard to develop WoW for the Nintendo 3DS and include a My Little Pony theme park in Orgrimmar, and will sue because neither of them have been implemented.TLDR: What the Blizzard designers do is not in the contract you sign when you agree to hand over your money.
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