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4-08-2010 @ 3:12PM
School of Hard Knocks. /thread
4-08-2010 @ 3:26PM
You're trying to say School of Hard Knocks is harder than Accomplished Angler? I don't care how shitty you are at pvp...you find a way to complete SoHK before you're even halfway finished with AA.
4-08-2010 @ 3:52PM
Honestly, School of Hard Knocks is not evil due to difficulty. It is evil because, to paraphrase one of the wow insider columnists (forget who, it's been almost a year), it basically destroys the battlegrounds for the week. PvP achievements for holidays throw the PvP game out of whack because the holiday meta is the only way to get a 310% mount outside of being a gladiator or hard mode raider. So all it accomplishes it flooding the PvP game with people who have no interest in playing that aspect of the game.Hard Knocks is worse than the others, though, because for the most part the other holiday achievements only involve getting a certain number of HKs.
4-08-2010 @ 5:09PM
Actually can I say something about frustrating seasonal achievs?I mean really, really, I try hard, but aaaarrrrggghhhh...Rocket's Red Glare from Lunar Festival. ENDWhy? Because of lag, where I live and lag, bad bad lag.So there I was, so many mornings, 4 am or 5 am, in Silithus with nothing but scorpions to keep me company. So proud of my rocket launcher I made, with my haste buffed up to the friggen max, all addons disabled, graphics turned down to 'Grampa can't see without his glasses'.And what did that help?F...ALL. Cuz no matter if I stand in the middle of dalaran at 5 pm on a friday afternoon or sit on the bum side of the world at a God-forsaken time of the morning, I would always ALWAYS miss the timer by 1 rocket.Any guesses on how many rockets I've launced? go on, guess, Winner gets a Cluster Rocket Launcher...
4-09-2010 @ 5:03AM
@KassimaSounds like you got CLUSTERfucked!
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