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12-13-2009 @ 2:15AM
Hordeslayer: There are plenty of things in the game that Blizzard doesn't just "give away." For example, hard modes and raid achievements. Iron-bound Protodrakes. Loremaster colors and title. Tons of rare-drop mounts, including some that require a showing of skill or particular achievement to obtain. The list goes on.Just because you feel the need to have the game on God Mode so you can lord your manhood over the rest of the playerbase doesn't mean that's what Blizzard owes you. They're making a product. Products need customers to buy them. Very few people, yourself and a "vocal minority" being the exception, would buy into a game that offers pain in place of fun and grind-after-grind in place of relaxation.IMO, Blizzard has done a remarkably good job balancing content so that it's very easy to learn the game, but still a significant challenge to try to master it.Complain all you want, but it's that very accessibility that you're railing against that has kept this game going. If you don't like it, find some other pursuit that more readily allows you to lord it over the mortals. Like bodybuilding or triathlons.
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