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12-14-2011 @ 4:25PM
The paladin tradition: whining about nerfs since 2004
12-14-2011 @ 4:35PM
12-14-2011 @ 5:06PM
The Light giveth, and the Light hath taken away.
12-14-2011 @ 5:13PM
Yeah, because the class was OP in 2004, amirite?The non-paladin tradition: whining about paladins since 2004.
12-14-2011 @ 5:21PM
And lo, the paladins strode out upon the field of battle and wrought terrible retribution upon all who stood in their way, their enemies were enveloped by the light of their vengeance, and destroyed by it. And upon that day A'dal looked down from the cosmos and said "hot damn, I think we gave these guys a little too much power!" and thusly a portion of their power was drained from them.It was also upon this day that Gavinrad the Dire inscribed upon his holy lexicon the first QQ post: "wtf nerfs!? srsly?" And although Gavinrad and his tome are now dust, and the order of the Silver Hand long since been disbanded, this proud paladin tradition lives on to this very day.
12-14-2011 @ 8:24PM
Nerfes, Patches Vanilla, versus 1 point 4...And Saint Ghostcrawler held and raised the nerf bat on high, saying, "Oh Metzen, bless this thy Holy Nerf Bat that, with it, thou mayest nerf thy OP Pallies dps into tiny bits in thy mercy, and then Someone from the commenter pages: Skip a few parody lines, would ya?Ahem...And the Metzen spake, saying, "First, though shalt nerf for obvious and good reasons. Then, thou shalt nerf for silly reasons until the dps of thy pallies is very low...then very high...then very low...no more than high, yet no less than low, unless it will be followed by low, and so on and so forth. In my sight, thou shalt snuff it."Trolls: AmenQQers: AmenPallies: Load of bullocks!
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