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10-28-2011 @ 4:00PM
I am beginning to wonder whether it is simply inevitable for someone to grow weary of WoW, despite new content and class changes. I still play, but I don't need to like I used to. Perhaps it's just the natural evolution of my relationship with WoW. Yes, game changes have affected the ups and downs of that relationship, but in the end, the result remains the same and inevitable - I'll find other stuff to do. Perhaps others who share this feeling will instead blame Blizzards developers for not doing the impossible, and rewinding time to when the game meant more to some people than it does now.
10-28-2011 @ 4:18PM
WoW was actually doing a good job of aging right along with us. Dungeons got shorter - perfect for the little slice of time between the kids' bedtime and their parents', raids got easier to set up, grinds got less grindy. Then Cataclysm came and partially reversed that trend. There's a good (I think) post about this on the forums with the title "WoW left me for a younger player".
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