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11-12-2011 @ 9:49PM
Entitlement minded Casuals and 45 year olds ruined WoW with their entitlement mentality. Go away those who refuse to work for things just becuase you have kids and a job.
11-12-2011 @ 10:02PM
I have kids and a job and $5 that says I'm a better tank than you.On topic, I'm excited about the changes and glad that I'll actually get into a beta to test them and give feedback for once. :) Does anyone really like keeping demo and sunder up? Boring.
11-12-2011 @ 11:08PM
I never thought I'd see someone say that ADULTS are ruining the game! I can hardly believe you said people that have to balance their job and family are refusing to work. They are actually contributing to society, but because of this, they don't have time to succeed in a game designed for people that do little or nothing. If you truly feel that way, you need to get out of the game and watch the news. Occupy Wallstreet is heavily focused on the minority getting the majority of finances. Raiders are already the minority of WoW, and following your advice would be designing the game for an even narrower group of people. If those ideals you love so much actually worked well, Blizzard would put them back into the game. BC is a great example of how attunements alone were horrid. You had to complete the old raids to get the gear and attuned for the newer raids. This meant that new raiders or alts had to find a group doing old content. Actually, just look at this chart to see to hurtles a fresh 70 had to go through simply to raid Hyjal: http://images.wikia.com/wowwiki/images/2/20/WoWRaids.png
11-12-2011 @ 11:10PM
I read two similar comments by two separate people (or one person using two accounts). My second paragraph would be directed at bashsmash15
11-13-2011 @ 7:39AM
Sounds to me the only person expressing entitlements are the two of you angry that you may not get your way.(What is up with that word all of a sudden? I hear it as a put down as an epitaph a lot lately)
11-15-2011 @ 6:30AM
Damn players are ruining the game. BAN THE LOT OF THEM I SAY!!:p
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