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4-24-2008 @ 5:01AM
What's funny about them making it an 'e-sport' is that most 'good' e-sports like Halo, all players are equal, and have no major advantage outside of skill, hence the way they are making the tourney servers. There are quite a few ways still, even with the changes, to circumvent the system to 'cheat' and get ahead, not to mention teams who are already in full s3 facing formerly lower ranking teams now at 1500 when s4 starts.What I think they should do is in Arena's, allow people to pick static gear sets to use and that way everyone is able to have full season x gear. As the person progresses, they can slowly unlock gear to use in PvE/BG's. That way there is no gear disadvantage/advantage in Arenas, and it's purely based off of skill across all Battlegroups. Then if a person wants to change to another spec, they can spend x amount of gold and change the premade gear set for that spec (IE Feral Druid to Resto.)Just an idea. I also would like it where if a person didn't want to unlock gear they could trade the AP's in for Gold, or mounts, or other fun items. I guess they really want to push the gear thing so they can keep the circle going and keep us all hooked.BUT - What made me laugh earlier is reading about people threatening to Sue over all of this. They really need to read the EULA and License. Blizzard Owns your toon and reserves the right to change game play and/or the right to terminate your use of their services & software at any time, since they own your character.
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