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7-09-2009 @ 9:25PM
I dunno, I've seen something of a "paladin truce" in action.Not so formal or mutually respectful as what you describe with druids, more along the lines of two paladins don't want to sit there wailing on each other and blowing each other's cooldowns for ten minutes. They want to watch every other class go squish under their Hammers of Wrath.
7-09-2009 @ 9:35PM
There would be a DK truce because we're the most hated class of all (you can't deny it, even if you're a ret pally), except that would result in 95% of the WOW population having to refuse world PVP.Then again, that might be a good solution for that WG lag everyone keeps talking about.
7-09-2009 @ 10:46PM
If i saw my DK outside the hodir dailies I'd kill him too. I wouldn't even feel bad about it. That S.O.B. has been slacking in the "proc nobles card" department for a while.
7-10-2009 @ 3:12AM
Warlocks greet each other with death, theres some form of faint 'brotherhood' if it were, the nanosecond you recognize its another warlock you are facing, but when it comes down to either you or me, the hand does not hesitate.
7-11-2009 @ 7:42AM
Ah yes, this is true, anytime i face a fellow warlock, we both immediately start to take each other down (and throw our shadow wards up). I think it sort of fits the class well as a sort of "pure aggression" treaty, we will never help each other, ever, its sadistic and appropriate in my opinion.
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