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4-29-2009 @ 10:19AM
What i don't understand is this.if the rules are changed in a sport, say, tennis or footbal or so.Do we shout "nerf" or start clambering over each other to scream accusations that the people in charge are pandering to one side of a pointless argument or another?Or do we investigate the new rules, try and work out whether it's more or less "fun"(remember that word?) than it was before?Why do you all have to be so petty and backstab each other because you have different playstyles/schedules? I'm sure blizzard would prefer it if you posted constructively that a change was actually more(or less) fun/entertaining/enjoyable/practical than before.I suspect that's what they're truelly aiming for and if it's not they should be provoked into aiming for it by the constructive criticisms.
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