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12-21-2008 @ 7:13AM
So if we don't agree with you we're sheep? Which means ideally for you we should all agree? Wouldn't that still make us sheep. Have you not considered that just because people aren't blindly following you that they might NOT be 'blindly' following whoever it is your disagreeing with?How can you find any of your statements about the story and zones to be at all true when you compare them to the previous Old world and Outland zones, they are far far superior. Let's keep it in context. when it comes to Northrend there is a LOT of effort gone in and a LOT of cool stuff.The LoTR similarities are a shame and yes, the samey armour is also frustrating. I've quested in every zone in Northrend now to follow all the story lines and... well the quest reward armour and weapons? they ARE the same. There is about 2-3 different armour models recoloured about 3 times through the whole questing procedure for each armour type (Cloth, Plate, mail,etc)When i first landed in Howling Fjord a few weeks back i thought, "Cool this stuff looks rugged and nifty!" now i just tend to think. "Oh it's one of them again"At 70 when i got my Frozen shadowweave i always hated how nearly everyone else wore those same bits as me. Removes your identity from the game.Now we can wear totally different stuff but still look the same. it's not a move i like to be honest. The gear looks nice it's just not as pentiful for my liking... hopefully once i get my tier 7/8 i'll be happier.So i disagree with both the retgimped guy and reinard... Baa baa? guess not!They slacked off on armour, we don't need to rise up and rebel like the anti-shepard would want though.... the game is still fun and more so than it was before due to the polish of the rest of Northrend. People whined about looking like clowns, this is what we got.
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