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11-21-2009 @ 11:07AM
Well, I think there is funny and there is just silly. The Mr. T grenade falls into the second category. People who know the nostalgia for the A-Team and others, *might* be amused. People who didn't but think the silliness of it is a change also might be amused.But then there are those of us who think "OK, this is kind of lame." Now don't get me wrong. I loved the stupid pun quest titles in TBC and WOLK. I chuckled at the name puns, and the humorous descriptions of the items. If Blizzard wants to keep doing that, and doesn't cross the line into what I find offensive, I say "Go for it"I guess the point I am getting at is that if something is widespread, but doesn't amuse us personally, it will get annoying. That doesn't mean others with a different view are wrong. It just means that there are people with different views of what WoW should be, and when WoW goes in a different direction from what one thinks is good, it's natural that people will complain about it.I liked Larissa's article and it said things I agree with, but I understand that her view and mine are not the views of all WoW players.I just hope that those who liked this are in the minority ;-P
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