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4-13-2011 @ 3:10AM
Fixing 'fundamentals' is usually one of the more difficult projects to tackle in any project, let alone program design. For example, if the code for the traps was written for the launch of classic WoW, that means that code has had over 6 years of additional coding written on top of it and building from it. Any attempts to alter the original way the traps operate would take time to make sure the alterations wouldn't cause the entire system to bug out irreparably. I wouldn't be surprised if this item was on their to-do list, but I would be surprised if it was anywhere near the top; 'twould be a much more efficient use of man-hours to find ways to balance hunters around that limitation than to gut the system and fix the limitation itself.
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