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7-03-2009 @ 4:13PM
Good riddance. You will not be missed. By anyone. Not even by Blizzard.Reality check: Do Badges of Conquest buy the FULL T8 set? No? And, exactly how many badges does it require to get one of the two pieces that badges give? A LOT. And there are other pieces which also require A LOT. Seriously, it'd take MONTHS of a 'lolcasual' just doing heroics to get anywhere near any T8-level gear, while any 'zomg hardcore' raider will be long since decked in full T9. How the hell don't people see that?How the hell are you apparently intelligent enough to be coordinated enough with your guild to push content and be a so called hardcore raider, and yet still lack common sense and the ability to do basic maths?Believe this: if EVERY hardcore raider suddenly quit the game, subscription numbers would be down about 2% at most. Nobody cares if you feel butthurt about something that allows new characters to get up to speed with those who've been raiding for a long time already. Do you know what it's like to get a character who's just newly 80 into raids, when non-casual raiding guilds are ONLY looking for people who already have all the raiding achievements? I'm just damn lucky that I happened to find a guild of people in a similar situation to raid with.We are not noobs, we are not terribads, we all know the encounters well, but we do still have to start from the lowest rung to get the gear to move up. So get over yourself asshole.
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