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10-27-2008 @ 5:13AM
You can think of the nerf what you like but you have to admit that this guy is pretty committed to what he does and keeps the community updated. I like it :)Regarding the nerf itself I really appreciate it. And honestly, most retadins deserve it. I met ONE ret-pally that didn't boast with his damage since the patch and flooded the guild-, party- and whatever-chat with his damage meter. Even pretty normal persons got transformed into idiots.It will be a joy to see those %§$&&§$ cry again and the people that pay attention to their class still put out serious damage.
10-27-2008 @ 7:02AM
as a healer i have had to put up with rogues, locks, mages linking or askking for the damage meters every 15 min in a raid. The amount of preening and self-congratulation has been of epic proportions.To suggest that this is a new thing brought in with the new ret, is hypocracy if you are one of the classes that i mentioned or delusional if you are not.lolWoW
10-27-2008 @ 10:19AM
By no means I wanted to imply that this is a thing invented by 3.0-ret pallys. And yes, every class has idiots (you forgot shamy's of all sorts, the lol-me-is-fury-warrior-lol and what not).But still, after 3.0 I had a 95% chance of grouping with a ret-pally idiot with above described behaviour. Can't remember the last lock, rogue or whatever that annoyed the heck out of me. At least not with that kind of crap.So yes, I will definitly enjoy the once-again silent retadin. Either he's a retard and plays like one or he's good and knows it - there are exceptions to the rule but most of the times these people just enjoy being top dpser instead of boasting with it.I'm playing a prot-pally and a resto-shaman btw.
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