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3-21-2008 @ 5:48PM
Hey Matthew,Maybe I can provide a bit of insight. Personify your warrior for a second. How long have you stared at his backside and what sort of history do you two have together?Think of all those struggles and accomplishments you shared together. And if you’re like me, there’s probably a lot there. Remember when you got your first “real” warrior weapon, the one that was good for ten levels. Think of what it was like to hit 60, slugging it through 5 mans and stepping into that giant underground cave known as the Molten Core for the first time. How many times did you and 39 others beat their heads against Lucifron, and how did it feel when you all finally “got it?”And then there were the nerfs, or “normalizations,” if you will. Do you remember when that one warrior in full valor and an arcanite reaper was the terror of Hillsbrad? What about the dark days of early BC?Still, the two of you stuck it out. You rolled with the punches, learned to adapt, and moved on. Think of all the fun and frustration you’ve had on your warrior(s), pick one of your most memorable moments or “eras,” in the game. I think this is why people find things like figureprints worthwhile, and I don’t know about you, but my warrior would not be in the gear I have now.She’d be rocking her Hand of Rag.
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