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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHellfire View Post
    I'm fascinated by how butthurt and angry people can be over video games. Ooh, the evil corporation, so contradictulous, so powersly and money-covetatious, my oh my, it hurts in the headz! It's very serioustic, must be especially angersome. Muchly raged.
    I've looked at your post history, and you're not exactly a bright ray of sunshine yourself. You seem to always be angry and upset.

    Quote Originally Posted by Decklan View Post
    I find it funny how one random player on a forum says the extra $10 cost of the expansion is actually paying for the 90 boost, and all of a sudden every single person starts parroting that the free 90 boost isn't free at all but the extra $10 this expansion costs, on authority of that one random forum poster.
    This expansion should cost less than the others, it's adding less content to the game after all.
    Quote Originally Posted by Espe View Post
    I have, unfortunately, interacted with Randec on these forums before. I know what to expect from him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randec View Post
    This expansion should cost less than the others, it's adding less content to the game after all.
    If it were as content-light as Cataclysm was, maybe. That had so little going for it it wasn't even funny; they gave away nearly all the new content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randec View Post
    I've looked at your post history, and you're not exactly a bright ray of sunshine yourself. You seem to always be angry and upset.
    He's the poster child (emphasis on child) for psychological projection.

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    From the article quoted, power leveling according to Blizzards terms is someone else playing your character. A free boost to 90 is not paying for power leveling since you are having anyone do the work for you. Even in that qoute, Blizzard says that would rather have players take advantage of in-game leveling boosts. This is referring to RaF and Heirloom for XP boosts, and SoR for a free 80 at the time. This boost to 90 fits in with Blizzards stance you and seem to ignore the facts that you posted your self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randec View Post
    I've looked at your post history, and you're not exactly a bright ray of sunshine yourself. You seem to always be angry and upset.



    This expansion should cost less than the others, it's adding less content to the game after all.
    He's probably the angriest and sarcastic poster I've seen. Thousands of angry posts. I would love to meet him in real life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcaneshot View Post
    If it were as content-light as Cataclysm was, maybe. That had so little going for it it wasn't even funny; they gave away nearly all the new content.
    It can easily be argued that redoing 40 zones in full 3-D and streamlining the leveling process and updating 1000s of quests, along with two updated capital cities, plus all the other things Cata had at launch, Cata had the most of any expansion regardless if you did not level a new character through Azeroth.

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    Looks like their stance has changed

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    World of Warcraft lead encounter designer Ion Hazzikostas said that the price isn’t trying to maximize profits, but rather trying not to devalue leveling. "If our goal here was to sell as many boosts as possible, we could halve the price or more than that—make it $10 or something,” he said. “And then hardly anyone would ever level a character again.”
    Today, they stand behind it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superman-BladesEdge View Post
    Looks like their stance has changed

    Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment
    World of Warcraft lead encounter designer Ion Hazzikostas said that the price isn’t trying to maximize profits, but rather trying not to devalue leveling. "If our goal here was to sell as many boosts as possible, we could halve the price or more than that—make it $10 or something,” he said. “And then hardly anyone would ever level a character again.”
    Today, they stand behind it.
    Wow, great post. Glad someone came in to state the painfully obvious.

    Also, I wouldn't put too much stock in blue posts anymore.
    Quote Originally Posted by Espe View Post
    I have, unfortunately, interacted with Randec on these forums before. I know what to expect from him.

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