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3-28-2010 @ 4:47PM
While I like your articles and think they are more informative than 99% of the others on the site (considering crap like Around Azeroth, Two Bosses Enter, etc.) Im kind of wondering what your point in writing here is. WoW.com really doesn't seem like the type of site that harbors even a decent amount of high level players.Most of the people who read this site will most likely never get past 1500, and judging from the responses on each of your posts i suspect a great majority dont participate in arenas at all.Pretty much, your talking about high level arena play to a bunch of scrubs who whine on the pvp forums about battleground weapons.
3-28-2010 @ 4:54PM
wow douche much?
3-28-2010 @ 5:35PM
"Arenas were the single biggest mistake in WoW's history." Rob Pardo, Blizzard;D
3-28-2010 @ 5:25PM
Notice how the guy who's ranked number one is humble, and encouraging to aspiring arena players? It makes me think that for all your elitist posturing, Hakker, you're really just as terrible as the rest of us "scrubs".
3-28-2010 @ 8:10PM
If we are going to bring up Pardo's comments about arenas, please do it with the correct context. This "biggest mistake" that people like to throw around is NOT arena PVP itself, but rather the way that they brought it into the game and the subsequent tuning required because of that.Because it was tacked on after the game had been designed, it is difficult to design and balance without off-setting so many other factors of the game (yes, PVE included). Had they designed the game with both PVE and arena PVP considerations from the beginning, the difficulties of arena balancing would not be near as difficult, thus saving them from the "mistake" that some sheeple insist on quoting out of context.
3-28-2010 @ 10:17PM
and as we can't change the past those design mistakes still stand making the quote applicable just as it is ;D
3-29-2010 @ 11:10AM
Just a quick FYI Hakker, I'm not a great arena player, but i'm 2k and know enough to know that i'm going to get much higher, at least 2.2k, hopefully even 2.4k, as 2k was easy and now i'm playing with even better partners. As i said before, this doesn't mean much, but still think BEFORE you type, scrub.
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