I am a fan of your game for years. And as a fan I think it's just as important to point out the great things you do for a game. The opportunities you provide to make lots of gold in a game with simple techniques. You provide us with events that will draw players to buy items to make their toons look good, enjoy showing off and become powerful members of a online society.
Unfortunately then you have the holiday of Noblegarden. Now please understand I personally enjoy some parts of it. An Easter egg hunt for riches and prizes can be enjoyable. To be able to purchase a Swift Springstrider and resell on the AH just for running around in circles picking up small colored objects (and the occasional not so colorful object) is both a privilege and honor.
But where is the creativity in this? The glorious battle that has become a part of the holiday tradition that you have created in previous holiday events. No Epic boss to smack around like a toy pinata for prizes. No epic quest taking us all over Azeroth and beyond to enjoy not just the gold, but just how much work it is to make the gold.
Noblegarden is presented as being about new beginnings. Being knee deep in the Isle of Thunder dailies, raid progression and leveling alt's have set players on a course to greatness. It has become time for you, our accepted digital overlords, to step up your game and give us a Noblegarden we deserve.
Or at least Garrosh in a bunny ear costume and pink tail.
Good Luck or Good Hunting
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