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    Why did YOU buy MoP?

    I'm still on the fence about this expansion. Tried the beta a few times and wasn't that into it, however that's a me problem with betas... I generally frown on playing characters/content that is going to be lost when the real thing comes.

    So, I'm not looking for anyone to tell me whether or not I should get the game. I'd just like to know why YOU bought the game. Perhaps there's something I haven't considered.

    Thanks!

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    Because it was a relatively low price for a relatively large amount of entertainment. I wanted to see what the new content was going to be like and I wanted to play the new class a bit. I very much doubt I'll ever raid hardcore again, at least in the foreseeable future, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun to hop on and play for a couple hours a week.
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    I wanted to try out the Monk class and see the new areas. What really made me decide to buy MoP was the challenge modes, proving grounds and scenarios. Since I don't plan on doing any raiding those really appealed to me.

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    I got it because it's new content, friends came back and made new friends, and wanted to try monks out.


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    Because it was a relatively low price for a relatively large amount of entertainment. I wanted to see what the new content was going to be like and I wanted to play the new class a bit. I very much doubt I'll ever raid hardcore again, at least in the foreseeable future, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun to hop on and play for a couple hours a week.
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    I'm hooked on the game; there was no doubt in my mind that I would buy it, the question was would I still play it anymore if it was anything like Cata...it's not.

    I stayed away from the beta basically, because I didn't want to ruin the experience.

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    I got the game for free, so that was an incentive first of all. (Buddy at Blizzard).

    Also like most other people have stated, fresh content, a fresh grind, and old friends all coming back. And I love the theme of the expansion!

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    I bought MoP because I had the money sitting in my BNet account from the D3 auction house. Also, challenge modes seem very interesting.

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    Cata got old for me and I stopped playing back in November of last year. I came back seeing if MoP would grab my attention again, and so far I like it better than Cata.

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