If this wasn't an MMORPG no one would buy it.
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2- This game is entirely based upon manipulating players. People love this game, not for the great story (the story is okay), game mechanics (they are retarded), fascinating world (it is adequate) but rather for the chance to get rare items. Essentially, it is a gambling system which keeps people coming back for that 5% chance of getting X item. Once you get the item, you get to show it off. This is the sum of WoW's popularity.
Pve is silly, poor-developed, and mind numbing. You enter a dungeon with several groups of monsters in a room. You pull one group and kill it, while another group 15 feet away ignores this, then you move to that group. ooooh excitement. At the end you get that 5% chance of the item you want. When you are done, you get to repeat this process. The environments change, but you essentially do the same thing over and over again. If players could not show off their rare items to other people, people would laugh this system out of the gaming world. It is rudimentary at best.
Pvp is continually broke due to the inability to balance their own game, coupled with a lingering rock-scissor-paper system. If they balanced the game, then pvp would be the best aspect of it.
If you are looking for an RPG do not buy this game. If you are an extrovert who wants to show of his two byte items.. buy it.