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3-05-2010 @ 7:29PM
i'd like them to add an acheivement for such things myself =\it doesn't have to be a title or mount, just something that says i did it on record. it could even be on the statistics page actually.
3-06-2010 @ 4:06AM
That's not unreasonable. I would be a little irritated if after weeks of working through ICC, I finally took down the Lich King, and then a 30% buff became available, and everyone gets the same achievement, same statistic, etc.There should be something in place to make sure you can tell apart a buffless Kingslayer from a 30% buff Kingslayer, even if only for pride.
3-06-2010 @ 4:32AM
Why, because you're more leet? Seriously, QQ less.
3-06-2010 @ 9:54AM
thx radiophonic for being the champion of the people.whats wrong with wanting to be recognized as having done hard content when it was hard?is it really worth trolling over? asking for a small line of text in the statistics page, which nobody ever looks at anyway?i don't understand the negative attitude. amazing how just a few simple words from a hater can take something that is, in my opinion, a very minimal thing to suggest and turn it into qq from a nerdy leetist jerk concerned about his epeen. and everyone just looves it.yes my post is entirely about wanting to show some love for the hardcore players. you managed to spin that to sound bad. this isn't about being elitist, this is about having the time that invested, hours and hours of wiping, thousands of gold spent, and tremendous effort that you wouldn't see from anyone who logs on for a few hours a day to run the daily random on all his alts and play the AH, actually show for something. its about adding value to what we do in game.let's be clear, the leetists are the ones who get mimiron's head. the leetists are the ones who get invincible. but putting something somewhere that says "lich king kills without warsong: 1" and you think that because i think that would be nice that i'm qqing?
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