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3-24-2010 @ 9:26AM
Mr Belt,Whilst I appreciate that the point of these columns are to offer specific advice to one person, whilst giving more general tips that people can adapt to their own characters, I'm not reading any warlock hate in this. If you could throw us a bone and include something, I'd feel a lot more comfortable.
3-24-2010 @ 11:20AM
I don't get why mages hate us warlocks so much. How can you even see us doing anything to piss you off with your face firmly planted on that keyboard?
3-24-2010 @ 11:45AM
You're right...I repent of my sins and hereby proclaim that I do hate warlocks, as always, more than anyone has ever hated anything ever, despite the fact that such a sentiment is not expressly articulated within the above text. I will do better next time.
3-24-2010 @ 11:56AM
@RatskinAs I can see it, all hatred ultimately stems from a lack of understanding. If you think back to the old class descriptions, warlocks are mages who became tempted by demonic forces and shifted towards the darker strains of magic. And that's what we don't get: you were the best class in the game but you changed your mind? We hate you because we don't understand you. And we don't understand you, because you suck.@ChristianThank you, that feels much better.
3-24-2010 @ 3:00PM
If it makes you feel, better as a night elf, I distrust both of you. :)
3-24-2010 @ 3:47PM
Mages hate warlocks cause 'dey took er jerbs in raids. Plus, whenever Seethe drops, it's that lock that did it the first time ever that wins, not me who has been farming for that drop for days and it was my 12th attempt at getting it and then that same warlock puts mongoose on it and leaves and you're sitting there awestruck at how awful a decision it is until he says, " I'm demonology, I fight melee when in Metamorphosis," as if to justify that decision and you sit there crying with your crappy blue dagger.And that is why I hate warlocks.
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