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3-27-2012 @ 8:04AM
I can't wait to find out if I'm still going to playing WoW when Mists launches. As much info as there is coming out about this game, the most important thing for me is "Will I still be playing, or will I be leaving for another MMO pasture?"
3-27-2012 @ 8:16AM
Isn't that kind of up to you?
3-27-2012 @ 8:26AM
If you have to ask the question, you already know the answer. It's not up to anyone else.
3-27-2012 @ 8:54AM
On a productive note, is there a particular feature that would make you go "yeah, I'm totally down with pandaland now!" or conversely, is there something that if they implemented it would make you go "eh, I'm totally out."?
3-27-2012 @ 9:20AM
Bah, this is what I get for posting a comment in a rush. Let me try and clarify this point.I still love WoW. Everything I've seen so far (especially for Hunters) has me squeeing (is that a word?) in delight. The only problem, however, lies on the social side of things. My best friend is jaded by Cataclysm but is slowly warming up to Mists, but we both share a problem: our guild, the one guild where we've both been completely happy with all the people in it--especially the guild leader--is basically packing up for SWTOR. We're running DS two more times so that our Rogue can get Fangs of the Father and then the guild is shutting down for the rest of the expansion, if not for good. I'm hoping to see something big enough and cool enough that they would come back and we'd experience MoP together, because in my eyes these people have set the bar very high for what a good guild is/can be. I can't afford a server transfer, a faction transfer is out of the question, and though there are other guilds on my side, I'm not sure any of them could come close to what I have right now. And if I don't have people to share the next expansion with, I won't want to play.I'm also looking forward to seeing if Blizzard throws the Alliance any more bones...or at least ones that pessimists can't turn around and say "that helps the Horde more, GG Bliz!"
3-27-2012 @ 9:32AM
Come on now Arrowsmith, you know people on this site are so quick to downvote :P But I understand ya.
3-27-2012 @ 10:19AM
Downvote opinions that are different than ours! Boo diversity! Viva conformity!
3-27-2012 @ 1:23PM
To be fair the first comment of his seemed like it was one of the hurry I gotta be first and be the one to say there's nothing to look forward to and i'm gonna play somethin else. Not in those words exactly, but thats the gist. The second of his posts made a lot more sense and explained the possibility of moving on because of people. Which makes sense, a good guild can make the game so much better. I love the guild I'm in, I'm glad there hasn't been any talk of the masses leaving. We've lost one or two to star wars, but our core isn't going anywhere.
3-27-2012 @ 7:56PM
@ evoxpisces and ByndeFrom my experience, there are far, far more upvotes than downvotes. Almost all grayed-out comments are insulting, meaningless, replies to the wrong comment, or otherwise offensive or pointless. I don't downvote differences of opinion and, based on what I see in most of sections, neither do most other posters.
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