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3-02-2012 @ 2:13AM
When people say "copy WoW", they generally tend to mean copy the feeling of WoW during the magical time of, say, Wrath of the Lich King or Burning Crusade, where there was loads of things to do and a world to explore.They probably don't mean copy and paste large sections of WoW, such as how Warriors play (complete copy paste), how classes such as the Sorceror behave exactly as Elemental Shamans or Affliction Warlocks, or the talent trees, etc etc. Heck, they didn't even look to see if what they were copying from WoW made sense to copy.I already play WoW. I bought SWTOR to play KOTOR online, not WoW circa 2007. Hence why I didn't renew my SWTOR subscription, I already pay once to play WoW, I don't need to pay again.
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