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9-17-2009 @ 1:59PM
I fully agree the number of bugs is perfectly reasonable. My question is this: how many of these bugs have been open, unresolved, and still applicable for 4+ years?Because I know there are some evade-glitched mobs that have been sitting there, evading, for as long as I can remember. Or quest mobs in the WPL that, when they get down to 20%, disengage from combat, return to their patrol, recover their health because they're out of combat, and potentially (depending on where you were standing when you were fighting them) immediately aggro on you again. Eventually you manage to get them on a big crit that skips over the bug or something, but we're talking about some of the early content here that is still frustratingly screwed up.It's not like I'm threatening to quit over it or anything, but a fix really should have been rolled out for some of these somewhere along the way, and it's probably a relatively small tweak in their behavior code.
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