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#1 10 years ago

Ok, so basically I have 5 "invites" to give away. These give 10 Free Days of gameplay to anybody who is creating a new World of Warcraft account, before you have to start paying! If you are interested, PM me with the email address you want to use to create your Warcraft account, and I'll send the link straight on over so you can claim your free time. Thanks




TParis

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#2 10 years ago

Humm, you can get get the Try-out versions (10 days) for free, cant ya?




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#3 10 years ago

You sure can. This is a Guest Pass which is basically the same thing, but by 'referring' people to Blizzard, you get rewarded. I thought it was worth a try to see if anybody found this way simpler, so I could help them while the referal helps me.




Flodgy

I'm way cooler than n0e (who isn't though?)

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#4 10 years ago

Methinks matt just wants free game time.




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#5 10 years ago

And is there anything wrong with that? :p




DeepAlexander

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#6 10 years ago
matt9862;4172098You sure can. This is a Guest Pass which is basically the same thing, but by 'referring' people to Blizzard, you get rewarded.

Isn't that only if they decide to buy the game?




Veesaurus

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#7 10 years ago
DeepAlexander;4176691Isn't that only if they decide to buy the game?

Yes it sure is: But WoW is a SoulEater far more worse than cocaine or heroine so if you try it you just wants more and more of levels and epics!!! The 10trial is just like signing a contract with the devil :deal:




KrnDudeMAN::~

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#8 10 years ago
Veesaurus;4227346Yes it sure is: But WoW is a SoulEater far more worse than cocaine or heroine so if you try it you just wants more and more of levels and epics!!! The 10trial is just like signing a contract with the devil :deal:

YEAH. ITS CHEAP CRACK! 1000000x stronger!




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#9 10 years ago

actually, they measured the brain of a chemical addict, then had someone play a game for a long period of time and found that they generated the same chemicals in the same amounts in their brains.. so no, it's not 1 million times more addicting, it may be equally as addicting as a substance though. * I deleted my Warcraft software off of my system a week ago and can't believe how strong my impulse is to go play it and how I keep thinking of goals I wanted to attain and things I wanted to try that I still can try because I didn't delete my character. I keep going to video sites to see how other people PvP and other things and keep thinking "yah I want to try that out!!" * Addictive behaviors are in my family... But so is quitting cold-turkey... I know it's getting compulsive so, this is where I have to pull a cold-turkey... * The thing with this whole addiction thing is it's not funny, it's deadly serious. * I believe China actually has the right idea, I'm not sure they're going to solve it the right way or that they are defining it the right way, but they do have the right idea. Stop people from playing games that generate compulsive addictive habits.




Flodgy

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#10 10 years ago

Actually China doesn't have the right idea.

They limit game time sure, but they encourage multiple accounts with the majority of gold farming industries and businesses there. Don't forget, the Government takes a slice of those businesses.

Gold Farming is one of the largest online businesses over in Asia, can't really see why China would condemn it if they make buckets of cash from it.

I quit simply because I kept asking myself "am I really gaining anything?" It turned into a chore, made me work hard for meaningless things, competing against those who had pathetic amounts of free time and who were wasting it all on a game that gave nothing back.