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Posted by FatGnome (Member # 1068) on November 13, 2004, 10:01:
I didn't read my contract with Blizzard, but I dont' think this goes outside of what has already been published so here we go...

I love World of Warcraft. It is fun and easy to play, but once you get past the first few levels it starts to pick up in difficulty and fun. The world is pretty big and there are tons and tons of quests to do. Also just wandering around the world is a good time. fighting everything from fluffy bunny rabits to huge grizley bears to Orcs and Humans. I sugest getting the trial when it comes out if you have time to play or like to play MMORPGs. I have played several differant MMOs and this is my favortie so far.
Posted by zboy (Member # 2969) on November 13, 2004, 14:47:
Have to agree with you on that. Very fun game, and looking forward to when it comes out in 2 weeks! But even the early levels are fun. They are fun and easy, but the real fun comes when you start meeting other people, making your own items, selling your own items and just having fun.
Posted by Aves Corax (Member # 2533) on November 13, 2004, 16:13:
I live my life when the serrvers are down. Do you think I'd be posting this if I could be playing WoW right now? Pfft. Not a snowball's chance in hell!

I'm Arrhenius the troll mage on server 24, in case anyone cares.
Posted by klynn (Member # 3019) on November 15, 2004, 07:15:
Hey! You guys haven't lived until you've played Sims 2!

/toungue firmly in cheeck, enjoying gasps of outrage from dedicated Warcraft-Mongers.

TeeHeee [evil]
Posted by Swiss Mercenary (Member # 330) on November 15, 2004, 08:11:
Well I play DAoC on the European servers, but lately have cut down my MMORPGing to almost nothing.

WoW looks interesting and more to the point it is going to be offered for both PC and Mac, but I will have to see what my finances look like.

(i.e. no job, no playing [Frown] )

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