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6-10-2008 @ 6:57AM
I'm quite happy about this. This was actually leaked quite a while back, when the achievements.dbc file was discovered.There was a lot of stuff, like, "kill ___ enemies," "discover all portions of ____ map," etc..I just hope they can earn titles as well. It'd be pretty great to get "Explorer" for discovering all portions of all maps.
6-12-2008 @ 4:52AM
No offense to your earlier reply to me, but Blizzard doing building destruction in RTS is a far cry from doing it in the MMO landscape.Building destruction in an MMO was done well in DAoC where they had all these mechanics already, they are trying to address warhammer by bringing out these things that have been around for a LONG time and throwing them into warcraft and yes.. bloating it.Blizz has taken a lorelol stance big time with the death knights, much like the whole intradimensial vessel the draenei came from, retconning all the lore about sargeras and living a big gaping hole about how he went evil in the first place.Learning or not, alot of the things introduced in BC should be scrapped, they have introduced more grinds, that while shorter... theres still MORE, culminating in the same effect.WoW was amazing, and in general consensus (as you can see by mass disbanding of long standing guilds) TBC was a far cry from it... please take note of the massive amounts of people that TRY new games, people want to leave, blizz needs to address their current issues, not try to steal more features from other MMO's and code them into warcraft.WoW is a good game, doesnt change the fact I feel Blizzard has been going in the wrong direction since TBC came out.
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