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3-31-2009 @ 9:34PM
No...no, and no.What you are asking here is that if you are a janitor for a school you should be paid the same as the principal of the school.You want to buy a Ferrari, but paying the same amount as a Mini.There is absolutely no substance, no reasoning why you should get the same rewards, none, zero, zulch, bugger-all, for doing less effort and gaining the same rewards as those that do more of an effort.The folks here that are complaining that 10 man is harder than 25 man (achievements, which are OPTIONAL, put aside) seriously just don't understand the mechanics of the game, or have a fail guild, or can't be bothered with the extra effort, simply suck, or whatever the reason is. 10 man is NOT harder than 25 man, not by a long stretch.Seriously, get some logic and common sense (which I have to point out, both traits have certainly become a bit of a super-power among people) in your brain retard.
3-31-2009 @ 9:37PM
Come on, we've cleared everything and most cases 25 is easier, you may not want to admit it but it is.That doesn't mean that I think rewards should be the same, if they were the same 25 man would die.But making an argument that 25 deserves more rewards because it's harder is fail, you just lose credibility, esp when you say we don't understand game mechanics.
3-31-2009 @ 11:24PM
I think it's the other way around, if you find the 25 more difficult than the 10 then you have a fail guild, or seriously just don't understand the mechanics of the game, most likely you simply suck, or whatever the reason is. 10 man is harder than 25 man, not by a long stretch.Seriously, get some logic and common sense (which I have to point out, both traits have certainly become a bit of a super-power among people) in your brain retard.
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