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5-21-2008 @ 9:24AM
I highly doubt that blizzard leaked that by mistake.. Special that it leaked right on AoC release date.. its just simple shit advertisement by bllizzard to keep people at WoW.Besides, who cares what blizzard wanna keep secret or not? THey have to much teasers and secrets already, I care only about my own interests
5-21-2008 @ 3:53PM
Speaking of mistakes, I feel compelled to point out that the article misused the word "dearth" in the sentence: "We've long wondered if there would be a dearth of frost-resistant or immune mobs in Northrend, and this could be the answer to that." Dearth actually means scarcity, and I think what was meant was that people were expecting MORE frost resistant mobs in Northrend. Sorry folks, I can't help it.
5-22-2008 @ 5:45AM
On the subject of mistakes, when you talk about living bomb "The guy who datamined it had to have gotten those numbers wrong.", the numbers refer to the spell effect number not the damage done (or something like that). You can see on thotbott and wowhead the spell effects for every spell and ability. As if any spell is going to do several 10s of thousands of damage!
5-22-2008 @ 10:42AM
I wonder what smartass blizzard fanboy voted down my comment.. Just face the fact that blizzard "leaked" both client and info to prove people that they got some fun stuff aswell, and not letting them focus on AoC that much,
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