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6-06-2008 @ 1:23PM
I have difficulty I suppose filling the comment boxes with my full replies lately so I've started a crappy blog. http://www.angrytauren.com/?p=10that perhaps more accurately fits my attitude towards things a bit better. I absolutely disagree with anyone who thinks you can't tell something about someone from their armory profile. If you really think that, then you're probably someone who has something wrong already. As for green gear being a better in-slot item than blue/purple gear, I don't think that's a very intelligent statement most of the time. There are very very few exceptions, and almost no exceptions that aren't easily ruled out by easy to get heroic or badge gear. Same goes for enchants. If you're saying these things, you're the exact person I'd prefer not to group with. Ultimately that's what this game is about. I'd prefer to play with people who are of a similar mindset to me. I'm sure there's groups out there for everyone, and lots of people would rather find people who choose to at least make an effort. If you're using green plate boots because you for whatever reason think an extra 20 int helps you more than any of the Mail +healing boots, Leather +healing boots or even cloth +healing boots, then that's fine... but I wholeheartedly disagree. Especially for a healer who shouldn't be getting hit in the first place.
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