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4-04-2008 @ 11:12AM
I'm happy Blizzard allows multiboxing...their pvp system and rewards have all but ruined raiding for me because now some of the best players able to do raiding (able meaning having more than 2 brain cells left) have gone the easy route for pvp gear and do nothing but pvp now. Multiboxing has given me new territory to explore and new goals to reach without relying on retards. I still play with others when I know they are not players who don't know how to play and boxing has opened up new ways to play...just the other night I helped a group do the ogri'la opening quests by tanking and healing.Mike I just can't comprehend your hate for multiboxing...it has it's advantages but it also has many disadvantages in pvp, it's a trade off and the ones that master it would most likely pwn anyone 1 vs. 1. The biggest disadvantages non-boxers have in pvp IMO is not knowing how to play in the first place.
4-04-2008 @ 11:20AM
Thankfully this is just one persons opinion, which in my opinion, doesn't carry any weight or validation.Felt like it was just one giagantic QQ. If you think its that easy to multibox, how about you setup a 5man team.. Warrior Tank, Priest Healer, Mage, Lock, and Hunter. Come back in oooh say 14 days and tell us how EASY it is. Give me a break and I'll give you a life.
4-04-2008 @ 7:53PM
For me I kinda stepped out of raiding because it was getting a tad too hardcore. I think the guilds and blizzard are the ones to blame for this really. Poorely tuned encounters, and poorely organized guilds does not make a fun game.
4-05-2008 @ 11:52AM
It's because Mike thinks everyone should have to kiss his ass to play. He's a tank and he thinks everyone should bow down to him for the right to enter an instance.
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