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5-17-2009 @ 12:11PM
Saddening there trying to stop it
5-17-2009 @ 1:31PM
for the love of god people blizz has the best tech money can buy, it's not the server it's the combined lag between hundreds of people, yes their are hundreds of people in zones at a time and you'd never notice it, the difference being in WG these people are interacting in a PvP seance and a server has to try and take leg into account while communicating the effect of any spell cast to all players in the it's affected area, yes WG would be less laggy if on one used AoE's but that's not no fun, anyways it's the internets fault that WG lag suxs not blizz. so their decisions to make the dailies into weeklies to see if less people will go into WG is the smallest change they have left to make WG less laggy.hey could have made it like any other BG and only have so many people in it at once and so on and so forth.
5-17-2009 @ 2:52PM
I love you, Stormy.
5-17-2009 @ 10:09PM
lol my only fan
5-18-2009 @ 12:14AM
Yes he is your only fan.I mean... making excuses for Blizzard... who do you think you are? :PBlizz built their game knowing the state of the net but still promised us epic battles in the promos for wotlk. So they have no one to blame but themselves.If I order a pizza delivered but the road is damaged and the driver can't get through, does he still get paid? No. But Blizz can make a game, promise us the epic battles, and then say it isn't their fault and instead blame the internet? Please. Gimme my money back if you can't keep your promises Blizz.
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