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8-10-2008 @ 10:51AM
> In 2v2, we prefer to run Druid/Rogue.I stopped reading here.
8-10-2008 @ 8:05PM
And yet you had to comment. I found the article interesting myself. The fact that it's about any vengeful gladiator team you'll hear whining about over powered comps simply because they are the best. Whether its the comp or skill they are the best in their bracket. You don't have to respect em, but they've pushed their characters to the best they can be and that alone is impressive.
8-10-2008 @ 8:30PM
> And yet you had to comment.What's wrong with that?I expressed my lack of interest in "success stories" coming from FOTM teams. Now, if they actually ran an interesting and challenging setup, this article would deserve more attention of mine.Hey, The Colosseum, what's next? An interview with prominent multiboxer? Oh wait, WOWInsider already did that. Well, that's about all the trends in the challenging PvP these days. Move along, folks.
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