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4-25-2010 @ 4:17PM
I cant tell if this guy is just another douche who's self confidence is tied way too closely to a hobby he is quite good at, or if he is just funny, lol. =D"It was between priest and one of the faceroll classes, so I chose this.""One of our strengths is the ability to kill almost anyone in a global... two casters in arena with Bloodlust..."^^^ Just wanted to point out the irony in his statements. Certain COMPS are faceroll, not certain CLASSES.
4-25-2010 @ 4:58PM
Yeah, he does kind of sound like a douche. Very cocky and kind of mean. No expectations that Blizzard will do anything properly, and claiming he sees issues that Blizzard never will. He also has 'lol' in his character's name.I wont deny his PvP skills, but I don't think I'd want to play with him.
4-25-2010 @ 6:03PM
I like him. I kinda like the cocky attitude... and he's good enough to back it, so why not? I'd like to play with him. I have the feeling he makes fun of bad people and stupid things.
4-25-2010 @ 8:07PM
This guy is not only a very strong player, but he gave a good interview and was willing to poke fun of himself.Methinks you fellas doth protest too much.
4-26-2010 @ 8:10AM
I'd play with him. He has a fragile self-confidence (based on statements like "I only do stuff I excel at."), so you'd have to stroke his ego a lot, but that's true of a lot of players. They only take criticism if it's bundled with a ton of ego-stroke.
4-26-2010 @ 12:44PM
Wow hades, I was going to quote those exact two lines. Took the words right out of my mouth.Also, jealouspirate, I don't think the lol is big deal, half the people who do arena seriously have it.
4-27-2010 @ 12:39PM
I automatically consider anyone with "lol" attached to the end of their character name as a douche. I've yet to meet one that isn't totally annoying.
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