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3-09-2012 @ 8:20AM
I considered getting a scroll from someone, but then I stopped to remember how it actually felt to play the game. I wasn't really having fun then; why would it be any different now or any time in the future?
3-09-2012 @ 10:05AM
You can't stand the idea of playing WOW yet you hang around WOW Fansites like a creepy ex.
3-09-2012 @ 10:27AM
I usually only jump over here when I see an interesting title at the bottom section of Joystiq or Massively. I heard about the new scroll benefits so this seemed like a relevant post.I'm one of those odd people that keep up on games that I don't play anymore (this and EVE) - or have never played at all, in some cases (Darkfall).
3-09-2012 @ 11:03AM
It all depends on how long ago you stopped having fun and why.If it was because of the people you played with at the time, then the SoR lets you start anew without the massive time sink of rerolling on a new server or the cost of a transfer.If it was because of gameplay/mechanics changes, and you didn't just stop playing recently, then the SoR lets you see if the new changes to the game interest you again.
3-09-2012 @ 11:19AM
I see.Just visiting sites of games you used to play makes one 'creepy'?That's really stupid.
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