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With this pre-paid game card, there is no need to use your credit card. Just log on and access 60 days of World of Warcraft to continue your adventures in Azeroth. - Randy71

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At $15 a month even if you played 1h a day its excellent value for entetainment. That's like 2 beers at a bar or club. Its practically free now if you queue up missions for gold and buy time with gold. There are lower difficulties of you're casual, and mythic+ dungeon gear scales almost to raid gear. You can even get set bonuses in LFR. And normal. I would say it's very generous in it's offering for casuals to hardcore for not very much $. Time lost in wowcrack though, is non refundable.....
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That's an excellent price. Can't even get it that cheap if you sub in 6 month chunks. Gonna try to nab a few!
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I was using gold to pay for my sub up until last week when I let it expire.
I got sick of the daily world quest grind. On the bright side I still have over
a million in gold if ever decide to go back.
Why not do dungeons and raids. New content.
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Dead for online purchase/pickup. May be able to stroll into the store and get one.
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Stock is off online. Showed up to nothing.
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hmm... i still have one extra one never used from my college days.
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Why not do dungeons and raids. New content.
When I played last only people with top gear were accepted into big raids (most the really good gear came from said raids), they had tools so they could view your gear ranking which meant you had to grind dungeons for ultra rare gear.

Which leaves the average person out making the game boring and repetitive, I quit playing after hitting lvl85 with my rogue and no longer being able to PvP for shiit no matter the gear.. haven't looked back.
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When I played last only people with top gear were accepted into big raids (most the really good gear came from said raids), they had tools so they could view your gear ranking which meant you had to grind dungeons for ultra rare gear.

Which leaves the average person out making the game boring and repetitive, I quit playing after hitting lvl85 with my rogue and no longer being able to PvP for shiit no matter the gear.. haven't looked back.
I stopped playing years ago, but I started seeing that around 2012. You have to dedicate substantial time to be "the best". If you have a career, family, and kids you're not going to be apart of large raids in general simply due to time management.

For the casual player, I wouldn't even worry about level cap. The game gets boring long before that. You play with friends and even solo is fun for quite a while. WoW was a trend setter in 2004, but better things have come along since no matter how many times you expand the gameplay.
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inb4 comments about how it's still alive.
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I just picked one up. Note these are the cards in the physical box and not the ones on the "card rack". Inventory will be super limited due to stopped production.
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When I played last only people with top gear were accepted into big raids (most the really good gear came from said raids), they had tools so they could view your gear ranking which meant you had to grind dungeons for ultra rare gear.

Which leaves the average person out making the game boring and repetitive, I quit playing after hitting lvl85 with my rogue and no longer being able to PvP for shiit no matter the gear.. haven't looked back.
That's why they made LFR so casual players could see raid content without being locked out thought there are certain people that will try to kick you out for low output.
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That's why they made LFR so casual players could see raid content without being locked out thought there are certain people that will try to kick you out for low output.
That's what I was talking about, I destroyed the regular LFG dungeons but maybe got invited to a couple of the higher end non-lfg dungeons..
I never got kicked, even with my mediocre gear I usually put out the most DPS, of course lots of people were button mashers.

Regardless their constantly changing the game to "balance" it for cry babies (in PvP) was why I ultimately left, PvP was all I had left as a casual player and my rogue was soo gimped in the end in PvP..
not to mention paying monthly?

Too many MMORPG games that don't charge a monthly fee anymore to even bother with that garbage as a casual, I agree it's a good deal if you have the time to invest.
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I stopped playing years ago, but I started seeing that around 2012. You have to dedicate substantial time to be "the best". If you have a career, family, and kids you're not going to be apart of large raids in general simply due to time management.

For the casual player, I wouldn't even worry about level cap. The game gets boring long before that. You play with friends and even solo is fun for quite a while. WoW was a trend setter in 2004, but better things have come along since no matter how many times you expand the gameplay.
This is the problem I had, I came back to try after the last expansion came out but found that I did not have the time I used to have to dedicate to the game. To me it is not fun to play as a casual because most of the fun was pushing content and being "the best" so I ended up putting it down probably for good.
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