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2-25-2011 @ 1:01PM
@rajah.^^this is essentially the key complaint for all of WoW. Players that actually tried and succeeded in acquiring/completeing super difficult/challenging tasks then see that months later, they're efforts are rendered meaningless when the nerfs kick in to give all the whiners a chance to have the same achievements with little of the same sweat/tears. Really is a wrong-headed way to go about things.Obviously i would love to have every cool thing in the game; but what's the point in an "everything for everyone" paradigm? We don't cater to layabouts in life, we don't coddle the weak in competitions, why should we do it in WoW?And for those that say something is "too hard"; if one person has achieved something, it's not too hard. It's you that isn't working hard enough.
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