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Topic # 86080 30-Jun-2011 18:55
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Any WoW players in the Whangaparaoa area that I can leech your install dir from ?
Want to install it but 10GB is heck of a download with a 20gb cap ;)




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  Reply # 488043 30-Jun-2011 20:14
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Wow is a hampster wheel, don't do it man!

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  Reply # 488143 1-Jul-2011 08:26
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Been there, done that before ;)
Its free now with no time limit until Lvl20 so thought Id give it another go to see the changes the new pack bought into play :)




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  Reply # 488306 1-Jul-2011 15:56
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Its even better if you know of a veteran player he/she can recruit you as a friend. You get WoW & BC then level to 70 free to play.

I would recruit you but I haven't logged into wow for about 4months & would have to update my payments. Aion and GuildWars are my MMO's atm.




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