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3-11-2009 @ 8:53PM
For completeness you can include the ZG, AQ20 and AQ40 sets.AQ40 is geneally considered Tier 2.5ZG and AQ20 are harder to categorize Tier0.75?
3-11-2009 @ 8:59PM
Actually, we did include those sets -- see the section between the Dungeon sets and the Tier sets. While many people pinned Tier nomenclature on those sets back in the day, they're not generally named among the Tier sets anymore. Instead, most folks refer to them now as "faction sets."... not to be confused with "fashion sets." Because contrary to what Kvothe may think, the discerning player with long-ranging perspective knows that Defias Leather IS teh hawtness. ;)
3-12-2009 @ 3:30AM
Lawl, nice replySpeaking of Hawtness, what is its etymology? Closest I could find was a random connection toPocahontas aka Poca-Hawt-ness but that can't be right O.oJae aka Jaebie (if ur blond)
3-12-2009 @ 9:52AM
@JaeJust to clarify, you are actually asking where the word "hawtness" comes from, right?If so, it's a "lolspeek" or "catspeak" (that term borrowing from the lolcats phenomenon), spelling of hotness, which is a noun meaning the quality of being hot. Hot in American slang means above average in attractiveness (I don't know whether you are american or not, but I assumed you weren't due to the fact that you don't know what "hotness" means).
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