If the expansion actually holds gamemechanics and content that ensures the longevity of the game = Yes.
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$No way. Blizzard is now on my black list.
I'm afraid myself and most of my former Wow addicts, annual pass members etc are also of this mind set.
As soon as Activision introduced the RMAH, the entire focus of this supposedly LOOT based game shifted to botting / scamming / flipping ah items etc as there is no reasonable way to LOOT end game items any more, or even enough gold to BUY them at the ah!
So no, sadly I mourn the loss of the once mighty Blizzard North dev team and Brand Blizzard and feel only loathing and contempt for Mr. Kotic's (Activision) greed, putting revenue generation and income streams over gaming excellence...
For me, it depends on what the expansion offers.
If its an expansion that essentially brings D3 to the quality that was expected, then no I wont buy it. I will just quit. There is no chance that I will paying for an expansion that will bring the game to the standard so many players expected from day 1 of the original release.
I have also noted how painfully slow these (minor) patches are, as well as how they are drip feeding the community with them, instead of fixing the core things first. Like improving monster density in acts 1, 2 and 4.
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