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2-19-2010 @ 10:58PM
Because it takes almost 3 expansions to figure out how to kill some troggs ;)
2-19-2010 @ 11:07PM
mind you that it also took 5 years and that the trogs are around level 30 ;)
2-19-2010 @ 11:22PM
Well, the radiation must of kick-started some evolutionary processes, in which those lvl 30 Elite troggs developed a hyper-active sexdrive that would make bunnies and rats pant and pass out from exhaustion, in order to counter-act the flow of characters 30+ entering and killing them all.
2-19-2010 @ 11:50PM
My pet theory is that it was the gnomes who, so curious about the scourge plague and intrigued by their Argent allies, turned to the light and discovered the cure by happenstance while researching how to counter the scourge, and in the process becoming the gnome priests.
2-20-2010 @ 12:59AM
You know what, we were busy. Gnomes lead very active and productive lives and we can't always be bothered to do things like clean up a huge mess or kill some level 30 troggs.We tried a couple of times, but no one wanted to run us through or group up for the instance. Oh sure we tried to solo it at 80, but before we could get rolling raid time came up. Who wants old world achievements when you can get ilevel 271 fat loots.Also, gnome porn doesn't shoot itself
2-20-2010 @ 2:13AM
At least the Gnomes' home wasn't taken by a single level 11 non-elite. In that regard, the gnomes are much more justified than the trolls. Even level 80's in iLevel 261 stuff hate to go to Gnomeregan. It ain't about the troggs' levels. And again, Echo Isles were being squatted by a level 11 non-elite, so what's the trolls' excuse?
2-20-2010 @ 9:21AM
>Also, gnome porn doesn't shoot itselfBut we do tend to shoot ourselves when we are forced to think about it./bang
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