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6-19-2008 @ 2:58AM
The only one who can cheapen my accomplishments is myself. Maybe people like Ithinn should have a little thinking about that simple truth.
6-19-2008 @ 4:00AM
Best comment ever! I agree. I still feel extremely proud of getting an epic kodo on my troll. I did it before tBC, before the dramatic change in getting reputation for different factions and before PvP mounts. Even though it's not special to have one now, I am still proud of it. I'm also proud of getting the Talbuk mount, the epic flyer and the Primal Mooncloth set, even though most people don't consider that special at all. Being proud, feeling you've accomplished something, is not going away because someone else can get it easier (or sooner). In fact, the feeling should only increase, as you did it the hard way!I like the change btw. I'm leveling an alt that's now 31 and I hated having to level on foot in Desolace and all those other huge zones. I don't feel my accomplishment on my other characters is now less, because they got their mount at 40. I don't even use those mounts, so why care that you get them at 30 now? It just makes leveling more pleasant.
6-19-2008 @ 12:23PM
i also completelty agree. The end-game elitist might look down their nose at my season 1 warrior armor, and i am aware that it is woefully obsolete, but i still feel proud that i earned the right to purchase and wear it.
6-19-2008 @ 6:12PM
Well, I agree with Tenchan. And don't get me wrong, I don't have any of those nifty little niceties. I don't even have a level 70 as of yet. However, it seems to me that actual proliferation of any extremely difficult to attain thing makes it seem just a bit less nice.
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