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7-05-2008 @ 7:04PM
Soo mutch time and effort spent in high end raiding and a very few that are ever going to see it??Unless it is a movie on YouTube?We all pay the same ammount of money to play and we all have the same right to visit every single place, even to get every single possible drop..If some are a bit smarter and can spend thousands of gold or items with a high end guild..is there a problem?It happends in real life..look at russia space agency and their paied trips to space..So why forbit it to happen in wow?Im just getting more and more sick of high end raiders complaining about "their loot" and "their content"GROW UP!We all have the same right to all of the content, we all pay equal to enjoy all of the game!
7-06-2008 @ 12:41PM
I'm really against this... I'm sure there's a ton of people who "want to see end game content and use this as a means to an end." Honestly though, the only people I've ever seen buy gear or vials back when the attunement was up were people who were either bad players who truly had no business going any farther in content or ones that just wanted gear.To me gear has never been about an excuse to look awesome (though my t6 shoulders are pretty rad) its like a badge of honor, when you roll through org or if and you see a guy with the bulwark or a warglaive you know that whoever that person is they did the content and came out on top, because usaully first bulwark goes to mt and glaives go to best rogues and wars in your guild but you know these people put in the time and effort to get these awesome drops. Now you have people who feel slighted because guilds or what have you aren't conforming to their unique conflicts... sorry if you don't have time to raid, sorry if you're a bad player but stop expecting everything to be handed to you. and Thunder... I'll send you a warglaive and a t6 set because just by paying you deserve the world.
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