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4-01-2008 @ 11:02AM
I hear they are doing the same thing with Warriors too... but the trees will be changed to "Taking insecure jabs at Paladins" and "Taking insecure jabs at Druids"...yeah I know it's an April Fool's Article, but the humor in it is extremely lame, and the incessant bashing of Paladins by you and the other Warrior mains on this site is getting old...
4-01-2008 @ 11:07AM
The responses by paladins to this joke article just show how not-so-off base it actually it.Take a deep breath. Ok, let it out.Relax.It's a joke. Not serious, just some light hearted humor, ok?Ok, take another deep breath. Relax. Want a cookie? A hug?Get over it paladins.
4-01-2008 @ 11:11AM
Couldn't be less angry... but this schtick is tired and lame... just calling a spade a spade...
4-01-2008 @ 11:20AM
"I couldn't be less angry, so that's why I'm making a bitchy, whiny complaint about how this parody article isn't funny!"Hahahahahaha. By the way, I'm not a warrior - but I do think paladins are getting a taste of the same medicine that everyone else gets. The next time I hear "huntard", I'll smile and think fondly of all the paladins shrieking hysterically in these comments.
4-01-2008 @ 11:33AM
shrieking hysterically? lolwut?If someone on this blog wrote an article about "huntards" I'd find that to be pretty piss-poor writing as well...
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