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6-09-2008 @ 7:38PM
All you guys are thinking too hard. Play the game: buy the gear, be done with it. I can understand trying to watch the release dates for obvious reasons, but if it's a situation where you are honor capped, just buy a piece and move on. The game is still fun, isn't it?For crying out loud, just get over it. No one has any hard date on Wrath, so getting all pissy over a potentially short S4 season borders on crybaby.Play the game, stop whining.
6-09-2008 @ 9:02PM
Yeah uh... It's been some 30 odd weeks. I've been honor capped, arena point capped, and have every piece of S3. I've been waiting for S4 to come for a long time. The game is fun, yes, but not when we're sitting around because there's nothing to work for.
6-09-2008 @ 9:11PM
So you've done all the PvE stuff worth doing? Remember, this game is not centered around PvP... it never was, and it never will be. If you're all S3'd out, you might as well try and take some of that understanding of the game and apply it to the traditional PvE game. There are much more nuances in the PvE game that you would find challenging and worth your time.PvP is not what makes WoW great. If all you play WoW for is PvP, you're missing the point. There are better games out there for PvP than WoW.
6-10-2008 @ 1:46AM
PVE isn't all that hard. I was actively clearing both PVP and PVE. I cleared BT/Hyjal. Worked on Sunwell for quite a bit, until I decided to run off to AoC. Found out that game was pretty bad, and I'm back to realize that my guild is largely incompetent. An individual can only go so far in this game.
6-10-2008 @ 8:39AM
You are kidding right? PvP is all there is to this game. Arena is the only endgame there is to be found.
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