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2-26-2008 @ 6:28PM
Oh dear... Some people just can't take it, can they? Did shamans protest when they got nerfed? Did mages? Did any other class? No. Why? Because for all their painful and pitiful QQing, they learnt to adapt. The good players did, anyway. The bad ones are still whining on the mage forums. For warlocks to complain, and not just complain but PROTEST about a nerf that hasn't even been implemented, and will not definitely be implemented just shows how silly these people are. Some people claim to have cancelled their account already. Good, I say. The less of these people we have around the better, though I fear that they'll really just hang around and ooze their pestilence into community anyway like the rotten teeth they are. Yes, it is a fairly major nerf, and yes, it does seem unfair to hit PvE for a change to PvP mechanics, but the way to deal with this is through rational argument, not 140 pages of "WTF BLIZZTARD WTF!!!!111!!teh_one!!!1eleven!1!!" And certainly not protests like the ones described above, which, if they're genuine, will do nothing except to further alienate people to their cause.And maybe now all you damn locks will stop telling anyone who complains about anthing to shut up and L2P. V'ming, I'm looking at you.
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