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2-19-2008 @ 2:16PM
ROFL? "Not too thrilled". R u hordes used to getting everything on a silver plate and not interested in sharing?I don't play a pally...well...I am lvl'ing one, eventually...but, if this only affects pve I don't see the big deal about both ally and horde getting it. If it would also affect pvp as much, well...about time! Ally having to even out stats while hordes just stacking up str and ap?Well...use your brains (that squishy thing inside your heads), horde...and see what is most fair. Sharing or going "mine mine mine".
2-19-2008 @ 3:40PM
as opposed to alliance who get everything they want and if they dont they bitch and complain till it gets changed? example being...oh i dont know AV!!! there are plenty of alliance that win AV, but the ones who dont cry and complain and now were on like the 5th change to the system this year...complain more already gimme a break! oh can i have stoneskin, and find treasure please? thanks that would be great!
2-26-2008 @ 7:59AM
Horde getting everything on a silver plate... you mean like... paladins? Which I'd like to point out that we DIDN'T HAVE when they were at their best... you know, wandering into AV and bubbling, then capping a flag, and no one could stop it. And I won't go in to any detail about life before the Forsaken were considered Forsaken instead of Undead for the sake of Paladins OWNING them.Then Horde got pallies... suddenly bubbles got nerfed, 100% mana return from crit heals was too much, the Alliance did nothing but QQ about how OP pallies were...LESS QQ, MORE PEW PEW. The Horde has seldom had anything "handed to them on a silver platter." Everybody works for things; I promise you, having 70s on both sides, the grass is always greener...
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