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1-19-2012 @ 6:32PM
You haven't read a SINGLE cogent comment? I thought he was being pretty clear. In any case here are mine:1) Despite what others are reading into what he's saying, he's only speaking for himself not for his whole group. And that's the major problem with the "you can always turn it off" argument and why it IS a cop-out response: a person's distaste for the buff is unlikely to be shared by his groupmates. Unless you happen to be in a guild where everyone agrees with your POV or you just rule your guild with an iron fist, you're stuck in the unenviable position of trying to convince 9/24 players that it would be better if you delayed your progression. Good luck.2) Downing the content with a slight buff can be a bit... rankling. Imagine you're a kid who's been saving up several months to buy Pandaland, doing odd jobs around the neighborhood, and then a few days before it drops (hopefully sooner rather than later), your mom says she'll just buy it for you (now go do your damn homework). Wouldn't you feel a bit bad? You're not going to say no because hey, it's free money, but you still feel like you're wimping out a bit. That's what this buff is like, and why I really hope we finish Madness before, rather than after the buff.
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