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2-18-2012 @ 3:45AM
Here is the thing--everyone is very aware of what it means to be "better at WoW than me" or "a more hardcore player than me." Even if I do see the distinction between you and Blood Legion, you maybe don't see much of a difference between you and me even though I consider any progression raider to be leet and anyone who actually shows up on specific nights regularly to be hardcore.It's like in college, there's me, my daddy pays for food and tuition and fees and I don't have a lot to worry about, someone who's struggling sees me as quite fortunate and well-positioned. But then there's my freshman year roommate, whose daddy pays for her American Apparel shopping sprees, who to me seemed just impossibly spoiled. But she probably knew a couple girls in her sorority with trust funds (or something), certainly she did not recognize how wealthy she was in comparison to most of her fellow students, especially since she was at a pretty similar level financially as most of her friends.I realize this analogy may be unclear. What I am saying is, your daddy gave you a credit card but Blood Legion has a trust fund. And most players have to earn their own spending money.
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