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4-04-2012 @ 5:51PM
No beta yet - and I'm ok with that. I was in the Cat beta, which made Cat way less interesting for me. I'm going to restrain myself and limit my beta-ship to pre-designing how my panda may look.
4-04-2012 @ 6:19PM
I'm actually worried about this very same thing. I did get in the Beta and hopped right in and made a Panda and transferred over my favorite shammy, but now that I'm chugging along with the thing, I'm not sure what reason I will have to play Mists when it launches. That's probably my WoW Burnout talking, but as of yet nothing I've seen in the Beta has convinced me that it's going to be worth sticking around. After 7 years of non-stop WoW, I may finally be done.
4-04-2012 @ 7:42PM
my wife and i are using it as a playtest of the new system and content, to judge if it's worth staying with WoW once our annual passes are up(signed up right after blizzcon so we won't have to wait long past diablo dropping), as we're having a hard time agreeing with a lot of the system-at-large changes like raiding gear, some of the pvp stuff, etc. it doesn't help that we'll also have new baby. so beta=trying to make the game better/finding out if we want to keep going, for us.
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