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4-01-2008 @ 10:53AM
Heh.As a holy/prot level 70 paladin who farms his own gold without hurting other players, and without ever once begged for gold or borrowed, who doesn't grief other players, who is happy to heal in instance if called upon, who is aware of the limitations of his class without ever whining about them, who would rather die while dueling or pvp rather than bubble/hearth, who is open to respeccing to learn about his class and to be more useful to guild mates, let me say, I know it's April Fool's Day, but eff you, buddy.You're just using April Fool's and the Hello Kitty gag as a piss-poor excuse to rip my class. And that's pure fail.
4-01-2008 @ 10:59AM
I pretty much feel the same way. There is a line between being funny and being a jackass, and Mr. Holisky crossed it.
4-01-2008 @ 11:01AM
4-01-2008 @ 11:17AM
Thanks for providing a perfect example of what you're ranting against. Sometimes irony doesn't get any better than this!
4-01-2008 @ 11:23AM
Calling someone a jackass when they are, in fact, being a jackass, is not whining.
4-01-2008 @ 11:27AM
@DanWhen anyone flames us personally, like calling us bad names that go against what HKO is about, we have been given permission to give you a gift.We can give you a pink fluffy bunny!A pink fluffy bunny to you, sir!Enjoy your bunny!- Adam
4-01-2008 @ 11:32AM
@AdamLookie there! You actually got me to laugh. How do I pick up my bunny?
4-01-2008 @ 1:43PM
Ok...Come on guys, the author probably mains as a Paladin. Get over yourselves and have fun with the self-deprecating humor.I have a Tankadin alt coming up on 50, and I thought it was pretty funny. I didn't see it as connected to anything real in the game, just humor. You could take the same article and replace paladin with shaman or warrior or mage or hunter or druid or rogue or warlock, etc... and get the same basic joke.
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