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4-07-2011 @ 10:30PM
Well, fun is extremely subjective. For instance, I don't find number-crunching fun, and would rather try to immerse myself in the world (of Warcraft) and get into my character's head as I play the game. Others, though, get a ton of enjoyment out of figuring out how to eke out the last few hundred DPS out of their build and making themselves mathematically superior.And y'know what? As long as we're both having fun, we're both doing it right. ^_^However, I can see how a few bad PvP experiences (or just one) that stemmed from being under-equipped for it might lead to someone not having fun in PvP. Hopefully this change will help people like that gear up and give it another try, and if they do, hopefully they'll enjoy it more.
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