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10-08-2008 @ 12:48PM
"Yeah, I don't know about anyone else but I've actually noticed a significant decay in performance in the last year or so, I'm guessing due to some of the changes they've already made to graphics."I'm so glad someone mentioned this. It's been driving me a little crazy lately. HAS Blizzard changed anything currently??I was recently running through Thousand Needles leveling an alt because I'm bored silly. As I was running along I noticed how the moon was shining and reflecting off of things and how I could see that the path I was running on was made of tiny pebbles. Sounds kind of petty but I'm sorry I've run through 1K Needles now on countless alts and I don't remember ever noticing millions of pebbles. I thought "Meh, I must not have ever paid attention. Shame on me." But again, my eye kept getting drawn to the moonlight and the reflections. It's like things have changed.I put all of this out of my mind and focused on leveling again but a little while later it came up again. Specifically after my husband laughed and threw something at me for running off of Darkcloud Pinnacle and dying. Why did I do such a thing? Because his warrior was running in front of me with a metallic shield on his back and the motion of his character was making the reflected moonlight on the shield swing back and forth and back and forth and I got mesmerized by it and wasn't expecting him to take a sharp turn.So have they changed something? Or are my senses just heightened in anticipation of Blizzcon, the patch, and the xpac dropping? :)
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