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6-19-2009 @ 8:14AM
I for one never go to the PTR, i want to be surprised on the Live realms. Not sooner ^^So i don't know everything before my friends do. So it keeps the fun in it ;)
6-19-2009 @ 8:29AM
I just wish more people would be like this. The PTR is for -testing-, not seeing new content before it goes live and "counts". Guilds go to the PTR not to test the new code, but to practice on the new raids so they can spend less time to clear them on live.That's another reason the "hardcore" guilds are so tired of content so quickly and whine so much.
6-19-2009 @ 8:37AM
Indeed, That's why i never go PTR, i want to discover it myself even if it means wiping out a few times. Don't care cause i discovered it all myself on the live realm. That's what i did with al the Patches and expansions, and i will not stop doing that.
6-19-2009 @ 2:52PM
Yeah, I hate "spoilers" so I'm not into peeking into the PTR. I know the patch notes give it all away (mostly), but its one thing to read about it and quite another to actually experience it.
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