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10-29-2008 @ 7:23PM
Do you love developers that deceive and lie to you too? I'm sure the Paladins do...
10-29-2008 @ 11:26PM
To lie is to knowingly present false information. I simply don't think that is the case with Ghostcrawler. He went by the numbers and facts that he had at the time and reported back to the fan base.Any of you that is knocking him, calling him deceitful, a liar etc. are doing nothing but (I hate this term) QQing. Present some truth to where he has been less than honest, otherwise you are spewing out nothing but unsubstantiated banter.As far as the Paladin nerfs go. Did the Retadins need a nerf? Hell yeah they did and this is coming from someone who plays that class and plays it well. To be able to endlessly attack with heavy burst dps with out losing mana, have the protection of plate armor and the ability to heal? Give me a break. Did they need to be nerfed as hard as the upcoming patch is presenting? Probably not. The numbers should show all in the end.So go on bitch about a mans integrity. Blame any kind of class balancing that you do not like on him and just call him out for the dog that he is! One stipulation though. Provide proof. Show me the alleged deception. Show me how one man is responsible for an entire teams decision. Any thing you say is nothing but a ten ton pile of kodo crap if you don't have the facts to back it up.
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