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1-31-2008 @ 5:37PM
Oh, please do shut up. If my warrior gets blasted in the ass for PvE again, I'm going to blame you. Not Blizzard, not OTHER whiny-ass PvPers, but YOU. Go play Halo; it's balanced.
1-31-2008 @ 5:46PM
All they have to do is implement the fix from the fake patch notes, make MS a debuff stack, one of which is removed each time a direct healing spell hits the target. I don't think this will have too far-ranging PvE implications.
1-31-2008 @ 7:06PM
Yeah you are right, competitive PVP shouldn't be balanced. You should just get extra arena points for rolling the "good" classes. Yeah right.
2-01-2008 @ 1:57AM
"Yeah you are right, competitive PVP shouldn't be balanced. You should just get extra arena points for rolling the "good" classes. Yeah right."My point isn't so much that I think competitive PvP in WoW should be unbalanced so much as I think competitive PvP in WoW SHOULDN'T EXIST AT ALL. But if balancing competitive PvP means unbalancing/breaking PvE, then yes, PvP should be unbalanced. Wise ass.
2-01-2008 @ 9:19AM
/agreeI don't play a warrior at all, but every time they try to balance out PvP they end up screwing PvE. You're never going to have completely balanced PvP. It just isn't going to happen. Someone is going to QQ about one class or another no matter what they do, so they should stop messing around with it and tell everyone to get over it.
2-01-2008 @ 12:54PM
Wait, are you guys seriously saying pve'rs don't cry over "he does more damage than me in a raid, he does more healing than me in a raid, he tanks better than me in a raid"I'll admit, pvp has its share of crying, but to say NO ONE is crying BUT the pvp'rs = false.Quit posting like no in the game complains but pvp.
2-01-2008 @ 5:54PM
"Wait, are you guys seriously saying pve'rs don't cry over 'he does more damage than me in a raid, he does more healing than me in a raid, he tanks better than me in a raid.'"No one said that. At all. F
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