My feelings on WoW went both ways. I was an early Beta tester, who went on to subscribe for 4 1/2 years. Eventually, the "daily" grind (pun intended), and repetitive nature wore me down. But what exposed me to be worn down initially, was the change in challenge. They listened too much to the ones crying that they couldn't see the newest top-end raid content with their Strat or Scholo gear. those people needed to be told to take their money elsewhere, but instead, they forced me to. I've not found anything that tied me up like WoW did (altho with Tribes:Ascend in beta, and Skyrim mods coming in a month, that may change), but I'm not going back. It was just too much like work, and not enough work at the same time. I'm willing to grind for cash for the latest enchant because I need it to make a difference in the newest Boss Fight. I'm not willing to spend all day grinding dailies because the newest boss fight is lame, and I'm bored.
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