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6-29-2009 @ 10:55PM
Lame, Lame, Lame.Poor Exodus :( Banned by the very people who allowed such an exploit to exist.
7-01-2009 @ 2:28PM
You can't really forsee everything, but to me it's the same as with the gnome warrior that got the god item. When something is so obviously out of place and you decide to exploit it, then you're doing the wrong thing.
6-29-2009 @ 11:43PM
Lame is right!can you believe they actually took that screen shot? All their drakes huddles around the new mount, while knowing all the time that the only reason they have all this attention is because of an exploit! gah it makes me nerd rage that they used this exploit to bathe in the attention and stroke their e-peens.exploiters!
6-30-2009 @ 1:36AM
Why is it lame? If bug exists it doesn't means you HAVE TO use it - children are defenseless, but you don't beat them to get their money because you want some. Let's blame the parents for their children can't defend themselves from robbers.
6-30-2009 @ 9:03AM
No... you blame the robbers.
6-30-2009 @ 10:13AM
Come on! Everyone who has ever jumped onto the wheel in DM is guilty of the exact same abuse, for that matter, standing your healer on the ledge for the VC fight and evading out all the adds is the same. If this came up in pre-release playtesting, something should have been done to fix it before it released. If it didn't come up in testing, Blizz needs to re-evaluate how they're doing their testing. Either way, when they do their part perfectly, we'll do our part perfectly. As long as things are screwy, we can get hurt by them plenty and Blizz is slow as molasses about fixing them, but as soon as we benefit from them it's grounds for group suspension? I understand you want players to do it the right way, but seriously - own your own s***!
7-06-2009 @ 5:40PM
All we can do is pray Orrine doesn't vote.
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