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3-21-2012 @ 8:03AM
I'll be avoiding playing beta, I want to keep the game somewhat fresh for when it comes to me. That doesn't mean I'll not be looking at info on the web though. It's never the same as actually playing so I have that at least.I have plenty of things to be doing in game to keep me entertained!
3-21-2012 @ 12:53PM
i feel the same way. back before i started playing wow, i was in a few free mmo's. 2 of them i managed to get into the beta, level pretty high only to see my characters get wiped. what sucked more is they released an "open beta" which allowed you to keep your characters once its released. of course i was mad, but what can i do, i get what i pay for from a free mmo lol.....on topic, as an annual pass subscriber, i may jump in to scope things out on the toons i will be leveling up, but i wont be progressing as much, if at all. i most likely wont even start the pandaren leveling zone because i want to see it first hand when its launch time.
3-21-2012 @ 1:22PM
I'll jump in to play the panda starting area, then test out a monk til level 80 or so, so I can get a feel for the playstyle, test out for bugs and things like that. I don't plan on doing too much 'new' content so I don't spoil myself too much. Also pandokamon, I wanna be the best, like no one ever was, ect.
3-21-2012 @ 1:25PM
I'll play it to see how each new ability works, report a few bugs, and spend my time reading the quest text in new zones.That way during live I can level really fast without feeling like I'm missing out on the story!)As for why there is no NDA: You can't keep over 1 million people quiet. Derp.
3-23-2012 @ 6:59PM
Aside from a bit if monk action, to get a little bit of a feel for the class, i really had no intention of doing much beta play. I got the pass because i wanted free D3, not for the beta access. I wasn't going to try levelling in the new zones, certainly, because i have a bazillion max level chars now, and i didn't want to add another play through to the list, especially one that wouldn't count for anything. But twill makes a good point. The idea of going in, taking my time, reading the text (which I really do enjoy) while in beta, then blasting through to get my main up to max in live, is actually quite appealing...
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