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7-13-2007 @ 2:29AM
"Windrider Mounts: These items now make the correct sound when moved in inventory."I just want to say, its about damn time. I'm sick of Blizzard focusing on stupid things like the next expansion, and new instances, and fixed some bugs that have truly been affecting players day after day, making the game virtually unplayable. For me, it was either this fix, or new mid-level content, and at least Blizzard stepped up and fixed the sound the windrider mounts are moved in inventory. I know the old sound, lets be honest, sucked. I'm not paying $15 a month to get that old sound, and all I've been able to talk about with the guild is how ridiculous that sound was. I mean, that swish-whump? Come on. Get the hell out of here. It ruins my role-playing experience every time I hear it. It'd be nice if Blizzard would fix the invisible mobs, or, I don't know, the rampant AFK'er problem in Alterac Valley, or the blind party invites from gold spammers. But really, who cares about that compared to this? I'd take thousands of gold spams a day if it means the windrider mount item now makes a different sound. So Blizzard, I'd like to challenge you to fix my ravager pet's leg positions. The ravager's front left and back right leg are .04 inches too close together, and its pissing me off. Get on it and fix it.
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