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2-09-2012 @ 5:19PM
There is no 'one reason' behind it all.People have quit because;-It's too easy-It's too hard-Not enough to do-Not enough time-Not good value for money-Can't afford it anymore-Starting a family-Starting a new career-Became unemployed-Burntout-Too much reused assets-Too long between content-Not fond of story direction-Not fond of PvP imbalance-Not getting enough out of the raid system-Raiding takes too much time-Friends stopped playing-Got hackedAnd plenty plenty more.Anyone declaring that only one reason was behind each drop, like claiming that the loss in Q1 was ONLY because Heroic dungeons took too long/were too hard, in Q2 because of "lazy development" because of ZA and ZG, in Q3 because of the severe nerf in FL or in Q4 because of LFR, or any other agenda an individual has with Blizzard at this time are quite frankly not worth listening to. They often don't even understand how the sub numbers reflect the success of the game.Here's a hint, if most of the subs from Wrath were only active for one month, but in Cata they were active for two, then Cata made more month. Without real numbers that actually matter, the numbers that are issued during these calls mean nothing to us.
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