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3-15-2008 @ 1:46PM
PvE'ers sure do cry a lot more than PvP'ers... I dont really mind that anyone can go online, read someone else's guide to how to beat boss X and how to get through instance Y, what combinations of classes you need to do what exactly when. It doesn't bother me, even though there is no guide for what a real human being will do in PvP or Arena, no guide to tell what that person is going to do at 50% health or "Phase 3" of this battle. I don't cry about it. I play what I like to play and don't cry over other people's gear.On a side note, have any of you high and mighty, first time MMO PvE'ers ever played a REAL MMORPG? The difficulty level of WoW PvE is laughably low, come off your high horse before you start mocking other people for playing the only real worthwhile aspect of the game.
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