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5-31-2009 @ 4:02PM
There's actually very strict copyright laws for the internet and hijacking images from one website and using them as your own can get you into a lot of trouble. This is one reason why it's a big deal.The other reason? Most classes in WoW have a kind of "kinship" with one another...IE "zomg droods r teh best" kind of mentality. This wasn't the case for paladins until Wrath came out. Prior to that, the general pally community (especially on the official WoW paladin class forums) would flame and chastise and harass eachother over gear, specs, viability, strats...anything you could think of. Holy pallies hated ret and prot, prot hated ret and holy...etc.Paladin Schmaladin was one of the few places where pallies could go and they weren't being scrutinized by the entire community (lolret anyone?). People need to understand that yeah, this is the internet...but real people use it and real people play this game and talk about it. Even with all of the 15 year old fanboys aside, I'm sure a good chunk of the paladin community that reads the web blog is going to be disheartened by the fact that one of the original places of refuge is going into the toilet like an unplanned pregnancy on prom night.
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