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8-30-2011 @ 8:18AM
I always think of 1.10 as being "the priest patch" since they were the only ones to have their talents changed so much the trees were refunded. However, the reason I'm writing is this: whether it was a deliberate ploy by Blizz to try and make us renew some bag-space, or just an unforseen bug (more likely) caused by it, this was the patch that caused all my previously saved (yes, I'm very sentimental) letters to not be able to be opened and read any more, and the joke of a GM that I ticketed about it just said they must have an expiry date, even though they were all of differing dates and it happened to all of them at exactly the same time (ie, the patch), and he wouldn't even try to get a restore for me. Curiously, it has happened again post a more recent patch, and all the letters I had saved post-patch 1.10 were restored by a much more dedicated, better-trained, and very much appreciated GM.So, even though patch 1.10 wrought other excellent implementations (as noted above), this is sadly what I remember it most for... the loss of treasured memories.
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