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11-01-2011 @ 2:36PM
Thanks Anne for reminding me why I fell in love with WoW in the first place. The game was completely different from anything else I ever played and the shear scope of the world was breathtaking. The idea that I could travel across an entire continent without a loading screen boggled my mind. And I still remember walking thru Burning Steppes in spirit form at level 15, just so I could get a glimpse of what was going on up there...lol.I have enjoyed every expansion that's come and gone over the years. But alas, the time has come to move on. The game has started to show it's age and with a new expansion focused merely on Pandas and Pokemon (2 things I really don't care about) I just can't bring myself to keep playing. And so, I shall pack up my Warcraft memories into a frayed tablecloth, and tie it to the end of a worn-out stick. Wave good-bye to my army of level 85 alts and walk on the down the roadto a galaxy far, far away....
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