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1-27-2011 @ 2:53PM
"It's more like 'You earned the reward, but we don't want to force other people to earn the reward in the same way to be competitive in a different area of the game.'"Right now you have the same exact situation in reverse. With no PvP weapons available people who are serious about PvP have to turn to raiding if they want to obtain to remain competitive. Why is that okay but not the reverse?What if it had worked out the other way around and they had removed all weapons from raid boss loot tables to prevent an influx of PvE weapons into arenas and battlegrounds? I don't disagree that there's an issue here but this policy does nothing to address it. A "possibly maybe two weeks after 4.0.6" time frame puts the availability of these weapons sometime in February at the earliest - literally months after the expansion's release. I think Blizzard gets far more things right than wrong and they get a lot of unwarranted flak but there's nothing really okay about their handling of this situation.
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