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2-09-2011 @ 9:02PM
There are many people who have canceled subs over it. Over at the blizzard general discussion forum there are 1750 posts (and growing) and 88 pages of responses in what, 31 hours? People are angry about this and I for one don't blame them. There was no warning about it and the Patch notes didn't even contain information about the removal until after it was done.For me, I never ever considered going after 'the Exalted' cause I'd rather hit myself in the head with a hammer than grind out 40 exalted rep. But I know people who did, and truthfully, Exalted, to me, was one of the only titles that really meant something, the other was 'the Seeker'.For those who spent, weeks, months and in some cases, years attempting to achieve these titles I completely understand the rage. I remember downing the LK with an awesome bunch of people and everyone ran around with 'the Kingslayer' titles proudly displayed except one of my best friends in game who was still sporting 'the Exalted'. I asked him about it and he laughed and said, "Kingslayer took a night, Exalted took 14 months, I'll never wear anything else".I think for Blizz to just arbitrarily dismiss all the effort it took to obtain that title shows how distanced the company has moved from the most loyal fanbase in gaming. They could have at least gave the old 40 rep title a humorous one like 'the formerly Exalted' or something. Instead of big fat zilch-o.
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