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1-18-2009 @ 7:06PM
It it me, or doesn't it seem like the paladin class gets the most lame, self grandeurzing, and useless posts out of any class. I like the warrior posts, they contain useful bits of information about the class, same goes for the other class posts. The paladin posts, especially this one in paticular, have told me nothing new about the class and seems like a waste of server storage and bandwidth.
1-18-2009 @ 7:47PM
lolwut? the last 2 warrior posts were about naxx gear that any serious raider has already looked up, and the one before that were about patch changes that again, anyone could find on wow.com. I don't know what kind of revelations on your class you are expecting to find here I mean he gave us the latest news on pallies, his thoughts on the subject, and his views on the past and future of the class in general, what more did you need?
1-18-2009 @ 8:14PM
Don't like it, don't read it. Simple enough. I was just dying for a Paladin post, been so long since the last one.http://remainsofapaladin.blogspot.com/
1-20-2009 @ 11:28AM
That's cuz you're ver smart, man :PTell you what - and it's not a joke: create your own blog about Paladins, give us the link, and follow the "if you want something done right, just do it yourself"! I'd love to read articles from someone who claims this post is a bad one!But, you know in your heart that no one likes people that come to complain and add nothing - kind of a paradox, if you compare to what you wrote about the post, don't you think?Peace =D
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