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10-07-2009 @ 10:15PM
"Looking For Many: Use the Dungeon tool to finish random heroic dungeons until you have grouped with 50 random players total. Awards the title: the Patient."Win, pure win Blizzard!
10-08-2009 @ 12:53AM
"Let's not improve annoying game mechanics but make an achievement out of coping with them." It's brilliant yes. I want more achievements like that:1) 'Breaking the Ice': your pet's pathing bugs has caused ten party wipes2) 'The Real Slim Shady': the emote bug has made you stand up during sitting a hundred times3) 'Playah': Manage to get a GM to do something about an RP griefer4) 'Up and Down': Spec into the the talent that will be 'balanced' most during the next three months.
10-08-2009 @ 1:11AM
Blizzard always makes certain that it is actually physically possible to complete all of their achievements.Hence number 3 will never make it in.With regard to 'The Patient' title for grouping... I don't see that as an issue Blizzard can fix. Idiots, ninjas, e-peen wavers are all human factors that make pugging require a certain amount of patience from us. Beyond changing humanity I don't see Blizzard being able to do anything much to fix .Pathing bugs and the buff/nerf rollercoaster they can fix. Hell, I'd just love to see them actually do something about rp griefers and trade channel trolls.
10-13-2009 @ 9:45AM
i want there to be a progressive achievement for putting up buffs, no member of your group went without your class's buff/beneficial aura (obv some classes are excluded) for more than 10 seconds, and then it goes up to 50 dungeons >100 >250 etc and the final one is an achievement the blesser/blessed also i'm going to wear my the patient with pride :3
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