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4-22-2008 @ 3:22PM
Good for high-end pvpers I guess. I could really careless, I am not a big pvper and only did arenas (torturous) to stay alive longer in BGs (which I actually have fun in). Probably will quit arenas and just stick to BGs in b/t raids (my first love in WoW). You know that people in the 1800s range now will be the 1500s in S4; I can see their QQs coming when the change happens. The "terribads" as some elitists like to call the casual pvpers will probably either stick with BGs or move on to other games. At this point though, I don't see the point of even investing time in season 4 gear. It'll all be worthless by the end of the fall anyway. I know many people felt the same way about raiding when TBC was approaching, but since I find raiding just for the sake of it fun, I don't see it that way. I'm sure hardcore PvPers have fun doing arenas and that's cool by me, it's their $15.
5-01-2008 @ 1:43AM
Crispy,Your comment is so full of win and understanding I had to read it twice, and am still doubtful you are a high end raider (joking).On a serious note, the worst thing about WoW is the subtle resentment, bordering on outright hatred that so called pros seem to have for scrubs or casuals.I don't understand it, and frankly, it better be on Blizz's list of "things that could kill us if we don't address them powerfully."Thanks for your intelligent, mature posts here. It gives me a bit of hope.
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