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8-13-2009 @ 4:24PM
"Achievements are a double-edged sword. They are good for all the reasons you listed, but bad because they can tempt us all to turn the game from fun into simply checking off boxes on our shopping list of things to do."I don't INTENTIONALLY set out to complete achievements. The only thing that aggravates me is when someone else tries to hijack a heroic 5-man and turn it into their own achievement "shopping trip". I've seen people ask nicely if we wanted to do xxx achievement and I've seen people be downright pushy about it.The "tard alarm" (Anaughtybear) comment up above made me laugh =)
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