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4-03-2009 @ 9:40AM
WoW players want everything easy..../sighIt's called an achievement for a reason, theoretically you should earn or ACHIEVE it, but most just wanted it handed to them along with everything else with no challenge. Every time I see comments like, "Why don't you just let him fish, it's wrong to kill a player in our capitol city going for an achievement" I die just a bit more inside. Really, lets think about this, they are in our capitol city I don't need a reason to kill them. Here is an idea lets keep the achievements something you have to spend more then 20 min on so that the system retains at least some value. All in all though, the rage that us "hardcore"(the only players who want any challenge in the game anymore) players feel can easily be soothed from the QQ and tears from nubs who cry and emote because I am camping their fishing spot in my capitol city. And yes I will do it over and over again, just because I can. Casual QQ'ers(some casuals are cool and like a challenge, others just cry a lot and ruin the game) made WoW what it is today and they are slowly killing the game for the rest of us tommorow.
4-07-2009 @ 1:17AM
Do you really think that you are making that achievement "Worthwhile"? Have you ever tried to get that achievement, even in your OWN city? I've fished for hours trying to get that stupid fish. I've had all my bags empty, and ended up completely filling my bags in Org, not managing to get that stupid fish. I got my fishing from 380 to 450 in Org. I'm STILL working on finding that stupid fish, and you have the nerve to talk about 20 minutes. They have names for you, Como, but in all fairness, I'm not real sure what it is. Quit blaming the Casuals, and actually try what you are judging.
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