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1-18-2008 @ 12:42PM
You're intentionally ignoring what Drysc said, specifically that it was obviously a hot topic. While it would be interesting to note explicitly why, I think they gave enough hints without pointing out the specific reason.It would be nice if they had some place where they wrote down when hotfixes were pushed for easy reference. This would have saved a few hunters about 100g in mats that are useless outside of this venture.In my opinion, this is way overblown. You're taking a CM's statement that specifically says they have "no plans to address this in the future" as "We will never alter this under any circumstances, ever. I mean it. In fact, I promise!".The devs change their mind - they're human too ya know.
1-18-2008 @ 1:27PM
Quote: "You're taking a CM's statement that specifically says they have "no plans to address this in the future" as "We will never alter this under any circumstances, ever. I mean it. In fact, I promise!"."The CM did not say that they have no plans to address this in the future, he said "it was agreed by the development team that this is a fun use of in-game mechanics, and we therefore have no plans to address this issue - it will still be possible in future for everyone who wishes to tame this NPC to do so." So if you're going to try quoting something, at least get the quote right.
1-18-2008 @ 2:00PM
My mistake, they didn't say in the future. They did say that someone would be able to train the pet in the future, but didn't say that it's immutable to change.Further, we don't have the whole story. Perhaps the CM heard it from one developer and the others said "mmm...that's not such a good idea".I feel my point stands regardless.
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