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5-15-2010 @ 9:19PM
Aramis:>Hoggersbud - those of us who hate GS don't hate the addon itself, but rather PEOPLE who STRESS it's meaning as if to say we are sucky players if our GS isn't 5000+. It's those people (and there are a LOT of them...you know who they are: "LFG VOA 10/25 PST GS and Achievement"...) who happen to be ignorant in how to actually use the GS number that cause most of the rest of us to hate its existence. As I explained to Raav - it's a GREAT tool if you understand it's use and the the meaning behind the actual number.<Um, I was talking specifically about the people who hate GS to the point where somebody like Raav would feel obliged to disavow it. Yes, they do hate the existence of the addon, and yes, they do try to shame folks into not using it or mentioning it. Don't be fooled, they're not coming up with problems they want fixed, they aren't objecting to somebody's misuse of GS, they're just ranting against it without any acknowledgement of the value to be found in it.And you should pity them, not try to defend them. Snuzzle:>Now, telling me you have mostly 232s, or half T9/ half T8.... that is something EVERYONE can understand. That's honestly my main beef with GS. People are spewing out these numbers or asking for mine and I don't know without installing a mod or going off to a website to plug myself in. It sucks.<Meh, I know plenty of people who have trouble understanding the concept of tier gear. Might as well be complaining that they use the metric system in Canada and you don't know whether 22 degrees is hot or cold...
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