Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of World of Warcraft players around the world who purchased the Cenarion Hatchling pet, we’ve raised a total of more than $1.9 million USD to support the ongoing earthquake and tsunami relief efforts in Japan. In May, we announced that for every Cenarion Hatchling purchased by July 31, 2011, 100% of the $10 USD adoption fee would be going to assist victims of this disaster -- and the community responded by opening up their hearts and wallets wide. Thanks again for your support and for helping to make an impact on the lives of those affected by these events.
To learn more about the Pet Store, please visit the Pet Store FAQ.
I didn't say it wasn't a good deed. I just said it wasn't wholly selfless.
Oh I was referring to the text you quoted, not you.
Ah, I see. <3
Homogenization, futile attempts to balance opposites, and rehashes of old content are seeing to the demise of this once sublime game. Delusions of grandeur and shortsightedness are only sealing the coffin further.The final nail will come within the next few years, lest Blizzard sits down and thinks seriously on how to better their game.No doubt is their that intently listening to its subscribers and taking into consideration radical, possibly detrimental, changes to the game will breathe new life into this most auspicious of MMOs. Thus, though undoubtedly a more important point to the architects of WoW, earning a larger subscriber base ending in higher cash flow. Though, there are, indubitably, certain aspects of this vexation that cannot be controlled by Blizzard; the recession in the U.S. for instance.Unless time is allocated to these compounding quandaries, WoW will crumble.Slowly, but all too surely, will it begin to fall apart. It is the fate of all things with a beginning to share an end; a resolution.When twilight falls, and WoW lies in its deathbed, is utterly at the discretion of the community and developers. For it is they who hold the power to stop all this madness and set the game back on the straight and narrow where once it was. How they go about it is their business; I left this game a short time ago, though, with a heavy heart and mind full of pleasant memories of past conquests.Whether or not WoW is to surmount this escalating storm remains to be seen.My advice:A little innovation couldn't hurt.You're free to go about as you please, though; let not the ramblings of a retired veteran perturb your experience.If one thing you glean from this wall of text, I pray it is that you articulate thoroughly what problems you are presented with relative solutions sincerely, and without antipathy toward another.