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2-21-2010 @ 12:39PM
Someday, Blizzard will hire a team to de-obfuscate all of their tooltips, patchnotes, and quest text, so that they actually make sense as written. This will be a monumental project, taking 83,472 man-hours, and Blizzard will erect a small mausoleum to honor those who die during the undertaking, as some will surely perish. But when it is complete, no more will a WoW player read a bit of text and go, "What the hell does that even MEAN?!"
2-21-2010 @ 2:53PM
I'm submitting my application for the de-confuscation team.
2-21-2010 @ 3:24PM
Wouldn't it be funny if they got the chinese goldfarmers to write them?Power Word Shield: Ally protect with the holy light be. Protection of the casting shall ever be safe.
2-21-2010 @ 5:26PM
Matthew: That read like it was written by the guy that wrote the definitive Shaman PVP guide.http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=2969688265DRUID: This fight is for those that say "OH NO WHY IS ANIMALS ON MY FACE?!" STEP 1: This fight will be very slow and it will be very diffcult. Use WF and whittle him down like a stick and this gemPALADIN: He will hearth alot so watch out for his bubble. STEP 1: To stop his heath interup him or just keep hitting him. This is where quick weapons like two knives are valuable. Just keep tapping him with knives and it will defect his escape=)
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