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7-23-2008 @ 9:57AM
That infested corpse talent is going to quickly make DKs the most annoying class ever for me, I still remember how much i hated those corpse worms that sprouted from the ghouls in WPL. Ughhh. On a broader note, im a little disappointed that so many of the 51 point talents seem so heavily pvp-focused. I thought developers didnt design the game around pvp, at least thats what they used to say. Now its all changed, with deep talent abilities obviously meant for pvp that are thinly veiled with pve utility. If you ask me, its a sign that the developers are bending more towards the vocal and visual minority who cant play nice, as opposed to the majority of players who just want to play a fun game. Just my opinion though...
7-23-2008 @ 12:20PM
You made a good observation about PvP focus in new talents, and then you went and blew it with that "can't play nice" comment.Being "nice" doesn't mean much when everyone is neutered. On a PvP server decency is a choice, not a requirement.
7-23-2008 @ 1:19PM
Sorry, by "cant play nice" i meant the folks who take their pvp to the forums and spend more time complaining about pvp then actually pvping. I actually like pvp, its just id like to see it be a more free and out in the open part of the game, as opposed to the regulated, instanced and heavily scrutinized behemoth that it has become. Its a pipe dream I know, just my opinion though. Sorry for the confusion.
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