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2-17-2012 @ 7:08PM
I tend to think that you cease being "casual" when you start scheduling your playtime. It's not really the scheduling per say, it's when you start throwing around terms like "mandatory attendance" and "DKP" I tend to waver. To use baseball as an example, I would consider a group of friends getting together to play a game "casual." Once you join a team, though, you cease to be casual, although you're not necessarily "hardcore" either. A lot of people still play organized sports for fun, you've demonstrated a commitment to the game above other activities."Hardcores" though. That's the point where you decide to make the game your life. In baseball, that would be the people in the major leagues and the people who are devoted to playing in the majors. In WoW, those would be the people who compete to be the realm first or the world first. This isn't "just a game" to them anymore.
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