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Submitted by caseyjfer 738d ago | article

Raiding in Mists of Pandaria: Inclusion Versus Exclusivity

Historically, raiding in World of Warcraft belonged to the elite players. It was for the hardcore set of people that had either been playing since the beginning and knew the ins and outs of their characters, or those who had a special knack for raid awareness and group chemistry. (Blizzard, PC, World of Warcraft)

MooseWI  +   738d ago
I don't know what it is, I played MoP for about 3-4 months and I couldn't stay. At $15 a month it just wasn't doing it for me, if it was $10 or even free, man would I play, but at that price point I wasn't playing enough to justify it.

For the record though, as of late, I haven't had time to put into the game. I had time in High School, but since getting a job and going to school I couldn't keep up raiding with my time schedule.
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