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Uninstalled after 12 minutes of the Trial and uninstalled.

Who would pay for this?
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Firelands will be coming soon too, so that should rejuvenate the game.
just like Cataclysm rejuvenated it.
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600,000 people decided to do something with their lives.

or play rift.
To be honest I've got a life.
I go to school.
Got a lot of friends ( They hate me on monday,tuesday cuz of raid )
I play most part on weekend on my pally (1-2 levels a weekend)
So, WoW players may have a life.
I bet some WoW player doesn't.
I've seen some dude with 10 + char at 85 ... that's lame.
TBH, I prefer to play WoW than FPS, you work on something instead of going over again and again.
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Uninstalled after 12 minutes of the Trial and uninstalled.

Who would pay for this?
LOL
Like if leveling was the coolest part of the game.

Get to level 20 and start dungeons.
Once you reach 85 start raiding, that's the most interesting part of WoW IMO
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I quit back in Feb. It just got stale. Raiding can be fun, if you put in the effort to find people that are willing to do the same. Most people are bad at the game. You think the game is easy but go try doing some end game raids. You'd be surprised the amount of people that can't move out of fire and don't know how to get the full DPS out of their class.
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Someone asked me to play the game and get to Level 80, join their guild, and raid with them. I might have, if not for that the price of entry was $100 plus the monthly sub fee.

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600,000 people decided to do something with their lives.

or play rift.
I have a sinking feeling it was the latter.
    
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I re-subbed after nearly 2 years to get into Cata (Lich King was new to me as well), it was fun again for another month or 2, then I stopped because it just lost it's fun doing the same ol'grinding for rep and gear. I had to at least make it worthwhile after buying the expansions.

Leveling was crazy easy compared to the last time I played. Kinda missed the old ways of actually having to find where you have to go and whatnot. lol But then again, it's good so ya don't spend so much time on 1 quest, getting lost trying to run around mountains.
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LOL
Like if leveling was the coolest part of the game.

Get to level 20 and start dungeons.
Once you reach 85 start raiding, that's the most interesting part of WoW IMO
agree when I first try out wow trial i was like what kinda lame game is this but I keep on leveling my gnome mage, once you hit level 85 where fun begins.

Gnome ftw


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sounds about right to me... I played enough wow to realize one game breaking flaw... Brilliant as it may be, the game is designed to be as slow and tedious as possible without being so outright boring that you quit playing. Its a good idea, since time spend playing is more subscription fees to collect for blizzard, but once people realize they, which they inevitably will, games that cost $5-50 bucks once and are full-fun the whole time you play suddenly seem a lot more appealing.
Slow...tedious...WoW is not what that describes. These terms describe EvE online, rofl. Although I LOVE that game..a true MMO.

WoW to me is the fisher price MMO...it's very fast to level and accrue wealth. When I go from EvE to WoW (to play with my sister) it's like night and day in terms of complexity.
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Slow...tedious...WoW is not what that describes. These terms describe EvE online, rofl. Although I LOVE that game..a true MMO.

WoW to me is the fisher price MMO...it's very fast to level and accrue wealth. When I go from EvE to WoW (to play with my sister) it's like night and day in terms of complexity.
EvE is by far better than WoW since you actually have a dynamic world (or space) and you need a brain to get anywhere!
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