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1-07-2011 @ 9:45AM
@NoyouI was one of that many that greyed you out but I think I'll also offer an argument: in war as in WoW the people with the best weapons, strategy, and edge are the winners. Saying using add-ons or macros makes you bad at WoW is like saying using missile launchers and grenades makes you bad at war. The day the army declares that revolutionary war-era "stand in a line and shoot them" tactics are an effective battle strategy will also be the day that using the default ui in high-end PvP is a good idea. Add-ons and macros don't make you bad, they make you smart.
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