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#1 Feb 22 2011 at 2:29 AM Rating: Decent
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Are you going to ???

A. Keep your WoW account active while playing Rift
B. Cancel your account
C. Keep your WoW account active during your first free month of Rift then decide whether to cancel or not
D. If you have more than one WoW account, keep one active while playing Rift

Personally, I'm going to cancel my account Wednesday night.
#2 Feb 22 2011 at 2:51 AM Rating: Decent
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2 parallel MMOs? Not likely ^^
Cancelled WoW subscription yesterday. And in any case I'm also playing Minecraft and BFBC2 occasionally so there's definitely no time for WoW anymore.
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#3 Feb 22 2011 at 3:38 AM Rating: Decent
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So there I was on lvl 14 marksman rogue, rifting with a group of 20+ random people for the past 25+ minutes, because of the zone-wide invasion that broke my attention from questing. I eventually found my way atop this tall hill, only to find a HUGE Brown Tree-Demon Boss smashing another massive group of other people.

One thought crosses my mind.... "seriously, F**k WoW, S**t just got REAL".

WoW account expires March 10, playing since vanilla, I've been ready to leave. And I'm GONE!

ttyl, I'm goin rifting

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#4 Feb 22 2011 at 6:30 AM Rating: Decent
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I'll probably keep my WoW account open ... for now. If Rift garners more attention through gameplay than WoW, I'll definitely be cancelling my WoW account.
#5 Feb 22 2011 at 7:22 AM Rating: Decent
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At this time, I'll give Rift 6 months. In that time, I'll evalute how much time I'm really playing, how much I like it once the ongoing depth becomes more apparent and how much I have the urge to play WoW. At that time, I'll assess my WoW account.
#6 Feb 22 2011 at 7:51 AM Rating: Excellent
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Keeping my WoW account for now, as I still have a few months paid for on it. There is still a lot for me to see in WoW, mostly in the form of running the updated old world 0-60 zones. Nothing I want to see at end-game though. After my time expires I'll likely cancel my subscription until the next big content updates.

I have a six-month subscription for Rift coming my way, so that'll take up my free time.

Well, that and Minecraft.
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#7 Feb 22 2011 at 9:07 AM Rating: Good
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I don't have an active WoW account (I used to) but I do have an active FFXIV account.

Since that game is free to play right now, I'll stick around until, well... to be honest I'll probably quit once I'm knee deep in Rift.

I know it's obvious, but Trion has done such a great job compared to SE. Rift's beta and open beta was so much more polished than FFXIV is currently.

And although I do want FFXIV to succeed it's going to take a very long time, especially if there's games like Rift around.

Side Note: I really want to get into minecraft, but after just 10 minutes of playing I literally feel nauseous. By just looking at the word "minecraft" I develop motion sickness. It sucks.
#8 Feb 22 2011 at 10:18 AM Rating: Decent
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Just a note: you can cancel and reactivate most any MMO account for as long as the game is open.

On the other hand, they're rarely more than $15/mth, so no big deal to have a few. More valuable than subscription money is gaming time, and mmos tend to slurp it up.

For what it's worth, I canceled my WoW accts.

#9 Feb 22 2011 at 10:31 AM Rating: Decent
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If you have prepaid time you can't cancel and come back and have that time there. I pay for mine, and my gfs time. For both accounts with WoW I paid for a 6 month sub in December.

I don't care though, I can't take logging into WoW again. I've sat for hours at the login screen just reading forums. **** the other day I went to log in and though "I would rather clean the bathroom than play" so I did. When a game reaches that point why even bother logging in?
#10 Feb 22 2011 at 10:55 AM Rating: Decent
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mine ends the 28th,was tired of logging in and standing in sw bored,so i was looking for a new game and rift is my new home,waiting for early play thurs,never looking back at wow after 5 yrs
#11 Feb 22 2011 at 12:01 PM Rating: Decent
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Not only am I going to cancel my WoW account, I am going to delete my characters....I don't want the temptation of going back to that game ever. I have been so frustrated with it for a long time now. Every expansion, I hoped for improvement ( the eternal optomist I suppose )

I am hoping for a much more mature crowd AND a more compelling game. I know for a fact, if I decided to play WoW again, I wouldn't do so if I had to start from lvl 1.

If Rift gains some popularity, You can be sure the Devs will scramble to do everything they can to try and Hijack the ideas from rift making it succesful. ( See Warhammer and Keep doors in PvP, then look what Blizz did with SotA and Isle, and Wintergrasp ) Also, from Warhammer - See guild tax system to help guilds generate constant cash.

New leadership team for WoW is beyond fail. BC was good, everything since has been terrible. Perfect time for a switch.

Everquest was going strong FOR 7 YEARS before WoW was released. People in EQ stcuk their chests out and proudly stated, "No game will ever surpass EQ! People have too much time invested!"

Blizzard has heaped this on themselves. Activisions direction for the game is not the same as the original creators of WoW. Just like Sony's vision for EQ wasn't the same as Verrants'.

Let the new journey begin!
#14 Feb 22 2011 at 4:57 PM Rating: Decent
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After 5+ years of WoW, and 1.5 of those years on a low pop server filled with nothing but elitist and arrogant pricks, I've cancelled my sub so that I may dive full on into Rift. I plan to enjoy an entirely new game (yes, I know there'll be elitist and arrogant pricks here too eventually if not right off the bat, but at least it won't be the same effed up people I've seen for so long) and if in the future Rift doesn't work for me, I'll move on to Diablo III, Guild Wars 2, and others to entertain me.

I'm sick of WoW. Lost it's appeal long before this latest so-called expansion was released.

I'm now a Rifter.

#15 Feb 22 2011 at 5:55 PM Rating: Good
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Mine is still active, but if Rift pulls me in like i hope it will, the cancellation will be close behind. And honestly is Rift doesn't work out i may go to FFXI anyways, WoW just doesn't spark my interest anymore.
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#17 Feb 22 2011 at 9:08 PM Rating: Good
I let time run out on my WoW account, but I said my goodbyes to peeps (for awhile).

I will however have 2 FFXI accounts open while playing RIFT. I will play the 30 free days before being charged to determine if I will keep playing rift (and fFXI) or maybe Leap Frog my accounts.
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#18 Feb 22 2011 at 9:43 PM Rating: Decent
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I'll let my WoW account stay active atm. See how much my guild is gonna raid (considering I just got a couple of officers and GM interested in rift).
#19 Feb 22 2011 at 10:08 PM Rating: Decent
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I canceled my WoW account. Been playing for 5 years and been in a world 200 guild for the last 3 years. Cata destroyed my faith in Blizz (I played a Ret Pally). Playing Rift in the betas was the most fun I've had in an MMO in a very long time. I couldn't hit the 'cancel subscription' button fast enough.
#21 Feb 23 2011 at 4:32 AM Rating: Decent
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People will post whatever they feel like posting.

It isn't a surprise though that many people are just not happy with WoW. Of course it's huge, and of course you have tons that are. Still if you have logged into the game in say the past month you will notice more and more people are just standing around doing nothing. Even the events couldn't generate much excitement. All cata managed to do was move the areas players stand in from Dalaran to Org/SW.

My past with WoW:

during Wrath of the Lich King I was gm of an active guild. We raided, did instances, pvped, generally just had fun. Everyone was very excited for cata release, but after it hit people were just so let down. We entered Dec with a little over 30 active members. By the end of December we were down to less than 20. We were like "hey, that's still enough to do some raiding". By mid jan we were down to around 10. Mid feb we are doing 5 mans only, because we only have enough for that. Everyone that quit had a number of excuses for WHY they quit. Some of them were spot on, some of them were clearly just an excuse for them to get out of WoW. Either way the few remaining decided to switch to RIFT while we still had something of a guild left to play with.
#22 Feb 23 2011 at 5:41 AM Rating: Good
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Well

i still have my Wow account active and I most likely keep it active. so that I can still log in time from time.

but atm i am really considering to stop raiding I went to all the current raids give or take about 2 or 3 times now and I am already sick of the place :(
#23 Feb 23 2011 at 8:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Eronaile wrote:
2 parallel MMOs? Not likely ^^

Whyever not? I have more than one kind of food in my cupboard and partake of them as the mood takes me, giving my body a varied diet. Although I've cancelled one EQ2 account, I'll continue playing the other, and also see no reason to stop my forays into Guild Wars a few times a week, as well as playing Rift regularly.
#24 Feb 23 2011 at 9:17 AM Rating: Good
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I cancelled my WoW account the same day I pre-ordered Rift.

The last expansion of WoW seemed so contrived, like they were scraping the bottom of the creative barrel for ideas. But it had started to lose it's appeal even before that. For me it started with the GearScore add-ons alteration of the game and then it just spiraled out of control from there.

I got Cataclysm at half price tho, because before I bought it called customer service and told them I wasn't impressed with what I had seen of it and asked if there was an incentive program to encourage long time subscribers to buy it. I had been a subscriber for 4 years, that had to mean something, right?

They laughed at me and said "Customer loyalty means nothing to us".. So I figured out Michael Morhaime's corporate email and sent him a letter about how customer loyalty meant nothing to Blizzard.... That afternoon Customer Service called me at home and offered me the cata digital download for half price and two months free play time to make things right.

The content still sucked **** tho and in the end Trion gets my money each month and not Blizzard.
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#26 Feb 23 2011 at 4:09 PM Rating: Decent
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Was on a WoW community site, saw the add for Rift, clicked it, explored the sight, canceled WoW which i started playing about 2/3 the way through vanilla...so, to answer your question, I am not keeping my WoW account.
#27 Feb 23 2011 at 7:10 PM Rating: Decent
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Kierk wrote:
I don't have an active WoW account (I used to) but I do have an active FFXIV account.

Since that game is free to play right now, I'll stick around until, well... to be honest I'll probably quit once I'm knee deep in Rift.

I know it's obvious, but Trion has done such a great job compared to SE. Rift's beta and open beta was so much more polished than FFXIV is currently.

And although I do want FFXIV to succeed it's going to take a very long time, especially if there's games like Rift around.

Side Note: I really want to get into minecraft, but after just 10 minutes of playing I literally feel nauseous. By just looking at the word "minecraft" I develop motion sickness. It sucks.



FFXIV went free to play?

I started playing WoW back in the days of floating corpse in vanilla. I was hooked on rift the moment i saw the soul system... I was going to leave my account open until I saw that Blizzard was deleting each and every post that even mentioned RIFT in it. (not something they did with any other launch even aion.)

Imo dungeon finder is killing wow...Rift may just have the incredible luck to be a very nicely done game and release when a TON of people are sick of either doing nothing for long stretches of time.

For me one of the biggest frustrations is that dungeon finder did not have a 2 min grace for disconnects. There is only so many times i can dc at 41/50 min and not throw something at my screen

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#28 Feb 23 2011 at 7:31 PM Rating: Decent
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I intend on keeping my WOW active for another couple months; RIFT has really peaked my interest and have not played any WOW since betas; kinda have spent way too much time to totally give it away.
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Warcraft is like being in a dysfunctional relationship. You love it for all the time you spent together. Remember when you got your first ground mount and you were able to dash across Azeroth? Beautiful. Remember when you snagged your first piece of epic loot? Momentous. Remember when you completed your first instance? Got your first achievement? First title? And of course, you never thought that you'd down the last raid boss of Burning Crusade. But you did. And you never thought you'd down the last raid boss of Wrath. But you did. And you never thought you'd down the last raid boss of Cataclysm...

Then you wake up and realize, you've sunk enormous amounts of time into this relationship and everything that once made it an adventure is gone. All you have to look forward to is the same thing you had to look forward to, one year ago, two years ago... so on and so forth. You keep giving and giving and getting nothing new in return. Warcraft expansions haven't changed the game enough to make the game feel like a fresh experience.

So yes, after a 5-year relationship, my Beta time with Rift made this decision an easy one. Its time to move on. Trion can have my Warcraft subscription money from now on.
#30 Feb 23 2011 at 9:03 PM Rating: Good
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My guild is still raiding thus far in WoW although a large portion of us, including the gm are also going over to rift. So, we may migrate fully to a new game, we'll see.

I love the world events in rift and really enjoyed pvp so much so that I went from about level 14 to 20 just in pvp. (and got my Templar soul)
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#31 Feb 24 2011 at 4:49 AM Rating: Good
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WoW Sub cancelled for good been playing since Vanilla and for the last 2 years or so looking for another MMO and it has finally showed up !
#32 Feb 24 2011 at 7:41 AM Rating: Excellent
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I've played WoW since US closed beta and gradually got bored with it over time. Burning Crusade sparked a little interest, which faded, same for Wrath of the Lich King (with that gorgeous new continent). Cataclysm did nothing much for me. I've hardly played it since even before I knew of Rift but once I knew, I kept track of it and pre-ordered immediately.
But no, I won't stop my WoW account. I've been playing with these characters for years. I have fond memories, they have given me many, many hours of fun and I can't just kill them off. That would be cruel. I'll park them in an Inn some place, nicely together, and retire them as old veteran warriors.
They might pop in once in a while to moan and ***** at the youth of today, as old timers are prone to do. Saying things like, "Back in the old days, when we actually had skill trees, and characters were easy to play but hard to master since we had to make balanced choices ..."
Seriously. The day Blizzard killed the skill trees and only allowed point distribution over more than one after a certain level I knew it was game over for me. I don't want my choices being made for me, I want to make my own, and learn from my failures. I'm completely in love with Rift's insane versatile soul & role system.
Some future WoW patch will give you a button to select your skilltree at level 10. "DPS Warrior" or "Tank Warrior" and you won't see a tree at all. You'll also get an epic or two. And a free mount.

I'll feel for them, my trusted heroes, made redundant by the corporate desire to cater for the lowest common denominator. I seriously hope Trion won't buckle that way.


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#34 Feb 24 2011 at 7:26 PM Rating: Good
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My past with WoW:

during Wrath of the Lich King I was gm of an active guild. We raided, did instances, pvped, generally just had fun. Everyone was very excited for cata release, but after it hit people were just so let down. We entered Dec with a little over 30 active members. By the end of December we were down to less than 20. We were like "hey, that's still enough to do some raiding". By mid jan we were down to around 10. Mid feb we are doing 5 mans only, because we only have enough for that. Everyone that quit had a number of excuses for WHY they quit. Some of them were spot on, some of them were clearly just an excuse for them to get out of WoW. Either way the few remaining decided to switch to RIFT while we still had something of a guild left to play with.



That is my entire experience of late. I'm an Officer in my Guild, run the website, do all the dirty work and in the last week, I've seen *maybe* 3 people on in my Guild. I was thinking about jumping to another Guild but many of them are suffering the same. We've been a Guild since 2007 and I can't even get the Founders on to play. Its upsetting and like someone else commented, you just don't want to let go of that relationship you've been in for all those years. Realistically, the relationship is one-sided and the love is gone :(
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Love it when kids don't understand what the 1st amendment doesn't cover.

I am more than willing to violate educate the newcomer...
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#36 Feb 24 2011 at 9:29 PM Rating: Good
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C. Keep your WoW account active during your first free month of Rift then decide whether to cancel or not

Still going to raid with my guild and will make a call in 1 month. I really hope Rift does well. I have quit WOW like 5-6 times but always seem to end up playing it again...
#37 Feb 25 2011 at 1:05 PM Rating: Good
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My answer is a hybrid of A through C. I've played WoW for more than 6 years, but I've probably been subscribed less than half of that. I take breaks often and usually try out new games during those breaks. So while I originally decided not to play Rift after playing in one of the betas, I've decided to give it a try, partly because I haven't logged into WoW in a few days and realize it's time for a break and partly because if I've given some other questionable MMOs a chance, I should also give Rift a chance.

My WoW account is payed for a couple weeks yet, but it's likely I'll let my sub lapse at least temporarily since I foresee myself enjoying Rift for at least the free month if not longer. At some point down the road I'll have a much better idea if I want to keep playing Rift or go back to WoW. Typically, whenever I switch between MMOs I have a bit of overlap when I start playing a new one, but I never have more than one active MMO account for more than that couple weeks of overlap.

So, A because even if I canceled it would still be active for awhile, B because I will cancel it but only after playing Rift a couple weeks, and C because I've yet to decide if I will go back to WoW though even if I do my account won't be active during my entire time with Rift.
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#39 Feb 25 2011 at 2:56 PM Rating: Good
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WoW account expires Feb 28. Rift launches Mar 1st... like it was destiny =)
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I have 2 WoW accounts and have been playing since September 2005. One account is going through June and the other through July. They're both set to Canceled.

Rift is easily getting a 6 month subscription... and I wasn't even looking at it until 3 days ago.
#41 Feb 27 2011 at 6:48 AM Rating: Good
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Ex-GM of a raiding guild here, had a year long hiatus from WoW for health reasons, got back into it for Cata, and levelled 2 toons to 85, no raiding yet, but now haven't turned WoW on for 6 weeks.

To get WoW to the state that I can play it well seems overly complex (druid kitty and healing priest) and just not as fun as it was.

I've tried this RIFT now, and so glad I've bought it, it takes the best of WoW, and makes it what WoW should have been by now.

Thanks for reminder, I'm gonna cancel my WoW sub, but keep my toons open over there, waiting in an inn in Org. I'll likely dip back in in a few months.

Will definitely give this a proper go, was up to 3:30am last night playing, not good for health, but I can cope, I don't notmally do that any more. :)
#42 Mar 02 2011 at 10:53 AM Rating: Decent
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I won't say I hate WoW now that I have Rift, I don't. WoW was a highly enjoyable time for me, and the huge amount of time I've played since beta has been full of great memories. That being said, I cannot possibly stand around in SW for one more minute, not now that I have Telara. I think that's what I've really been waiting for, something to at least compete with WoW. My husband and I both cancelled our WoW accounts right as open beta became available and I don't anticipate us going back anytime soon.
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Cancelled WoW same day I preordered Rift.
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I find myself wanting to play Rift when I come home. I don't find myself wanting to play WoW. That alone is enough for me to suspend my subscription. No reason to pay for anything you're not using.

Might pick up my WoW subscription once/if the Rift thing dies down. So far, though, I'm seeing everything I liked from other games and nothing I didn't like. Well, maybe except for the connectivity issues, but I think I found a way around that.

I guess level 50 will tell. In the end, playing MMO games is just not the same without your buddies. Which reminds me, I need to convert some more from the WoW forums. Smiley: sly
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#45 Mar 03 2011 at 11:08 AM Rating: Decent
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I shut my wow down,sick of all the ******** and nerfs, all they do is charge you for everything,giving rift a try, like what i see so far....!!!!!
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The good thing about the game from a WoW standpoint (assuming the WoW players dont immediately feel threatened by the mere suggestion of a different MMO) is that it is so easy to get into. If you know how to play WoW, and know the WoW mechanics, you already know how most everything works in Rift.

You wont feel like a noob again, which is something a lot of people dislike about trying new MMOs and you still get a new and fresh experience in a different environment with some really interesting class designs and synergies.
#47 Mar 03 2011 at 12:10 PM Rating: Decent
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I've played Wow for over 4 years and it used to rock. I learned to deal with all the class changes they did over the years - give some here - nerf some here but it all balanced out. I really dug Wrath, I loved the story and was it a YaWhooo moment when we downed Arthas - **** yeahs.

I was seriously excited and looking forward to see what Cata was going to bring us after Wrath - it's had to be something awesome, something so cool to come after Wrath...

um no

I play a female orc fury warror and Blizz pretty much killed her
27% hit is nearly impossible with dual welding 2 handers that Blizz made such a big deal about a few years back. Yes, it can be done but at such a cost of every other stat that is sucks. (still miss a lot at 24%) Blizz pretty much took melee out of the game and if I can't get a guild heroic run, I'm left in queues times well over an hour or more.

Blizzard really shot themselves in the face with this new expansion and Rift's timing was just too perfect. A lot of my former guildies are already in Rift and I don't think many has logged in for a while - as well as some have already canceled their WOW accounts.

I think I'll let my time run out but not delete my character as I spent way too much time on her and who knows, maybe Blizzard might see the error of their ways. If not, I'm sure Rift will more than happy to take my money.
#48 Mar 10 2011 at 3:46 PM Rating: Decent
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B. canceling two wow accounts and subscribing to a 6 month deal with rift to give rift proper attention. At the end of this I'll decide which MMO i really want to focus on and make the appropriate decision.

I can tell ya this - my top complaint about rift at this moment is no addon support. To me, this is a big deal and at month 6 maybe a deal breaker if Trion doesn't change their tune.
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