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5-21-2010 @ 10:02AM
Good riddance to bad rubbish, IMO. This mod was just one more step in the direction of making the game a complete joke. I'm not trying to be all elitist or anything here (my guild just downed LK25 last night for the first time, so we're well behind the power curve), but I firmly believe there is some content in the game that *should* remain exclusive and that only the players who put in the most effort and have the greatest skill should be able to accomplish. When you introduce a mod like this, you remove too much player responsibility and awareness. It's getting to the point where you might as well just be watching a movie.And to people like Snuzzle and Verit: It is not a design flaw at Blizzard that brings these mods about. People will always try to make things easier on themselves. That doesn't mean that things in general (not just WoW) are too hard, it's just human nature. Sometimes things are made too easy to still be considered a challenge. Sure, you can take a helicopter to the top of a mountain, but will anyone really think you're anything special - especially if you claim you "climbed" it? You can take steroids and become a stronger, faster athlete, but it starts to trivialize your accomplishments. The point of removing this mod and preventing future mods like it is to keep some of the challenge in a game that has already been made about 200 times easier in an effort to accommodate more of the player base. And it's about damn time.
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