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4-28-2010 @ 4:08PM
@CutaiaI suppose we will just have to disagree then. To me, achievements are nothing worth preserving if you can already game the system. Blizzard has expressed that achievement points will never have any worth other than an "oh, cool" factor. If you can already game the system, the "oh, cool" is gone from it anyway.On the other side, languages as a skill is something many people, and many more RP players, have been longing for. To me, the 'benefits' of the barrier are all in the past, and many things the proponents of the language barrier cite as advantages are merely preventing annoyances in specific situations, and mostly situations where annoyances already exist."Another reason? During legitimate PvP, I really don't want to get whispers from random pissed of strangers on the other side when they're losing (or idiotic gloating when they're winning). I hear enough crap in our own /bg chat without having to hear the other side cuss me out, too."To me, the fact that our own side is already annoying, coupled with the fact that anyone cross-faction who REALLY wants to get under your skin will figure out a way (/y spam, or translator tricks), means that this is a non-issue. Clearly, you do not agree, but I just wanted to respond.
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