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3-08-2010 @ 6:27PM
No comment on pets not getting benefits from the ICC buffs, yet, hey?
3-08-2010 @ 6:38PM
^ This.Leaving pets without the buffs is a huge cripple to classes like Hunters and Warlocks who rely on them for a good portion of their damage.I'd just like to know if this was intentional or if they're still looking into it.
3-08-2010 @ 7:05PM
Lich King is do-able without any of these buffs.Quit yer cryin'
3-08-2010 @ 7:18PM
@Kanuris yes it is, but for those of us struggling, it is the little things that help us. Some people dont have 20 hours a week to devote to raiding and grinding out gear
3-09-2010 @ 11:06AM
I agree with Kanuris. All these Entitled Casuals want is shit like that given to them, when it's been done without ANY buffs like that. Maybe if your ECs put forward some EFFORT, you'd be able to do it with no probably. You don't need buffs, your pets don't need buffs, but you DO need to stop being an Entitled Causal. Deal with it, and don't complain when you DO get a buff. "Oh, the people get buffs, but that isn't enough. What about the pets? If you're going to buff the people that don't deserve it, then buff our pets, too." - All you Entitled Casuals. You people don't deserve that buff. In my opinion, it should ONLY be available when you kill the Lich King. Then you don't have a choice and you can't fucking whine about it.
3-10-2010 @ 7:31AM
SheldonLock - the point isn't that people "need" the buffs, it is that leaving pets out affects the classes differently - it leaves pet-using classes behind. More to the point though, you've got a huge, ugly chip on your shoulder about what you call "entitled casuals" when it appears that you're the one with an inflated sense of entitlement. You tell people to "stop fucking whining" even as you whine in an epic fashion. Perhaps a few moments to examine your own post and see if you can spot the hypocrisy?
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