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1-27-2008 @ 3:23PM
No one NEEDS any Add On. The fact that people think there's a need just goes to show how much of the mediocre majority they really are. Add Ons make it easy. People like things easy. Add Ons help the lazy. Generally, people are lazy.Add Ons spoil the game and the fact that there are guilds out there that require to to have the add ons just goes to show you how misdirected people are.
1-30-2008 @ 3:57PM
So says the man who has never been outside of Karazhan
1-27-2008 @ 5:39PM
Is an RPM gage necessary in a car? How about engine temp, battery, speedometer, gas gage? Anyone that has done any amount of driving will have a general idea how fast they are going. A gas gage is helpful, but you can very easily know that by the number of miles driven since your last fillup.None of these are necessary, however they do make me a better, more aware driver. WoW addons are no different. They aren't necessary, but I am a better player because of the info they give. Players not using addons are the lazy ones. They are so comfortable with the default ui, it's not possible any addon will help. It takes too much work to download the addons, set them up, and adapt to the changes. No, THOSE are the lazy people.
1-28-2008 @ 10:55AM
>> No one NEEDS any Add On. The fact that people think>> there's a need just goes to show how much of the>> mediocre majority they really are. Add Ons make it easy.>> People like things easy. Add Ons help the lazy. Generally, >> people are lazy.I work 60+ hours a week. I don't need another job. Yes, I like my time playing a freaking game with my friends to be "easy." If that doesn't suit your playstyle, well that's your thing. If you think I'm lazy because WoW shouldn't be work to me, well, please kindly be fruitful and multiply with yourself.-p-
1-28-2008 @ 11:01AM
Please post a link to a screenshot where you've successfully killed two or three things with your UI off (a player would be nice.) Otherwise, you're really just being a hypocrit.
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