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10-17-2011 @ 1:46PM
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS TO SERVE AS WOW INSIDER'S PVP COLUMNISTThe author must be able to* use "pwned" at least twice every paragraph* explain the terms "wizard cleave", "beast cleave", and "African turtle cleave" without laughing* similarly, be able to use the term "pulling a train" in a column without making it sound dirty* make it clear in every article that anyone with under 3,000 resilience should DIAF (and, if fighting a wizard cleave, quite possibly will)* arena is 100X superior to rated battlegrounds, which is 100X superior to unrated battlegrounds, which is 100X superior to ganking players 75 levels below you in a lowbie zone. (Bonus points for knowing that Southshore/Tarren Mill was 100X superior to anything around today.) * explain in detail today why the [death knight/druid/hunter/mage/paladin/priest/rogue/shaman/warlock/warrior] class is GROSSLY OVERPOWERED, and only kiddies who want "I WIN" buttons would play it, and Ghostcrawler and his colleagues at Blizzard (all of whom play the class and thus favor it, of course) are all retards for not nerfing the class immediately* explain in detail in two months' time why the [death knight/druid/hunter/mage/paladin/priest/rogue/shaman/warlock/warrior] class is RIDICULOUSLY UNDERPOWERED, and only n00bs who ride the short bus to school would ever play it at all (let alone in PvP), and Ghostcrawler and his colleagues at Blizzard (none of whom play the class and thus don't know better, of course) are all retards for not fixing the class immediatelyAnd, last but not least:* understand that one's masculinity, virility, net worth, success at school/work, good looks, and kindness to babies and animals are all accurately measured by his arena rating
10-17-2011 @ 4:36PM
Higher arena rating = Meaner to babies? Kick a baby in real life, get high arena rating?yesss
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