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10-16-2010 @ 9:01AM
@ScytheYeah like the hundreds of comments that were in outright support of Blizzard on their decision to...Remove Tree of Life form, introduction of Real-ID, Violet Protodrake no longer giving 310% speed (decision reversed), the (somewhat serious) balance issues that came with 4.0.1 right out on release, Blizzard reverting its decision for DK's to them now having one dedicated tanking tree, PvP balance, faction balance, removal of titles and mounts, Blizzard being unable to allow players to have a second WotLK orphan, announcement of worgens not having a racial mount, certain specs not being viable for PvE for almost the entire duration of WotLK, 'undeserved' nerfs, RNG on special items during limited time special events, removal of 'fun' mechanics (tameable worgen, constant attempts to remove Dartol's Rod from working beyond its intended duties), inability to control the cess pool that is the official WoW forums, blah blah blah blah.I have never up rated a comment that I have found challenging Blizzards position or situation. Despite how well informed, constructive or how much sense it may make from a neutral standpoint.Oh and the obligatory '/EndSarcast' is needed here. The above aren't entirely my opinions of what I'm against. Just topics I have seen that have been discussed on here through comments that have had fair points brought up that sometimes have originally gone against my opinion or I didn't think to consider. I'm all for and enjoy constructive opposing / different opinions. Sweeping statements such as above, not so much.In the end, I'm probably just feeding a troll.
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