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3-03-2009 @ 5:46PM
I read the whole thing. I think some of the other comments about his attitude are spot on. I don't buy for a single minute that "hardcore" people read the quests. I know a few dudes who have 4+ level 80's that are raid ready and not a single one of them has read a quest in 2 years. they get those MFing addons that do exactly what he's complaining about (big arrows they can follow around and exact coordinates, etc) so they can level in the least amount of time with the least amount of effort and/or they've simply done the quests so many times that they don't have to read it, they just remember where to go. This is a total "get off my lawn!" moment. Its very nice that he can admit it might be a useful feature for some people, but clearly the first thing that comes through his head about changes to the game is "newbs, dumbing down, omg, end of the world!" And thats kind of sad.
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