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12-02-2007 @ 6:43PM
One of the most common ones that I find is things like with the Hillsbrad humans and the fact that so few of them seem to have skulls. Or murlocs and their spines. Or heads. Or any number of these things. I find it's often easily explained away by saying that on the ones that didn't drop, whatever it was that was supposed to be collected was "too damaged to be of any use". Not much, I suppose, but people do tend to go along with it.
12-02-2007 @ 11:01PM
This is one of my favorite WoW comics and it addresses that problem exactly:http://www.blizzard.com/wow/screenshot.aspx?ImageIndex=98&Set=64
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