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2-27-2008 @ 3:23PM
It seems that every time potentially good news is posted here or in the official forums, there is a lot of QQ and complaints posted in reply. I am not exactly a Blizz "fanboi", but I am always willing to give them a chance before airing negative remarks.That said, I have to agree with Kadaan in that I gotta wonder how they would make threat meters accessible. It seems that WoW's default interface tries to cater to the lowest common denominator (don't get me wrong - it's good for the game since it's easier for new players to pick up). I tend to see threat meters as a couple levels above "beginner", so I wonder if it'll be an advanced function that you'll have to manually activate. It would be good to have a built-in one, of course. I love Omen, but it's a pain to update it every couple of days.
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