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10-13-2010 @ 2:20PM
@Drakkenfyre: I disagree. Your repair to bring your armor back up to 100% was a one-time thing, and now you get to sit back and enjoy your improved armor for as long as you play the game. If you are sticking by your "durability is a percent" argument, than there is little difference between 60/60 and 100/100. You do not need to continually repair anything extra, as you will never log back in to have your gear *suddenly* at 60% again. Think of it as Blizzard, without you doing anything, vastly improved your gear for free, and then on top of it you got a nice windfall to help pay the initial durability increase.If you win a nice brand new car, don't complain about the extra cost of insurance.
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