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6-15-2009 @ 4:35PM
And now you are officially wrong, because they do. Go ahead and try out the experiment I proposed earlier. Go ahead, Ill wait...If we are back to insisting that the percentage is relative to standard movement speed (as I originally proposed, and as you restated in your math example) and that there isnt a "flying speed" substandard, then we are back to non-epic flyers being 60%/150% because they DO move faster in the air then on ground.
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