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10-01-2008 @ 9:52AM
people seiously need to stop qqing over this. seriously. just because you afk'd about fifty thousand times doesn't mean you deserve honor.I still wish that pvp and pve gear for the most part wasn't interchangable at ANY level. Either way, what's the justification that you should keep the honor? because you were playing before wrath came out? and because of that you believe you deserve a headstart? people like that sicken me.
10-01-2008 @ 9:59AM
Ummm, excuse me. Not all of us AFK'd for honor. Some of us actually participated round after round after round to get our gear. In fact, we probably spent at least triple the amount of time grinding for a full S2 set than arena-goers spent getting S3 or S4 gear.Why should it not be wiped? Because it's all about the TIME INVESTMENT. Many people would've played the game very differently had they known there would be an honor wipe. They would've spent their time making gold on the auction house, running instances (trade BoJ for epic gems), raiding, whatever. No matter how you slice it, wiping honor would have been the same as wiping any other form of currency. And if people who are currently honor capped and are able to buy a couple pieces of pvp gear when they hit 80, so what? Worst case scenario, that puts them a week or two against the majority of WoW players. Certainly not the end of the world.
Not everyone that has honor got it by AFKing in AV... So try not to paint everyone with the same brush. As for justification for keeping honor that has been earned... Everything else I have earned I get to keep, why not honor? Are the people who farm gold on a daily basis going to have it wiped? Why should a guy who logs on every day only to do dailies get a headstart on buying things in Wrath... just because he was grinding before Wrath came out?Seriously, it's so not worth getting upset about... it's not that much honor anyway.And really... do you call it a headstart if you don't use it until you hit 80?
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