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10-12-2010 @ 12:43PM
Which is totally fair, when you think about it, considering that plate wearers and cloth wearers tend to die with roughly the same frequency.Really Blizz, really? Is it a conceptual thing? 'Cause I'm pretty sure dry-cleaning and patching a few rips is usually cheaper than hammering out dents and welding things back together... A fairness thing? Okay, maybe plate wearers pay 5 times as much, but don't us clothies die at least 5 times more often? I mean, you're already expecting me to go into battle with gigantic monsters armed to the extremely sharp and pointy teeth with even sharper and pointier weapons of infernal design wearing no more than a damned nightgown; do you really think it's necessary that my repair bill be the same as the guy who can shrug off a frost giant's battle-axe to the face, when I can be taken down by a persistant kobold with a particularly sharp stick?If repair bills are the same for cloth and plate now, doesn't that mean that cloth should provide just as much armor?
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