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3-19-2012 @ 3:10AM
Can't wait... I'm gonna be the very best, like no one ever was
3-19-2012 @ 3:21AM
I wonder if Breanni will be the Elite Four champion?
3-19-2012 @ 3:23AM
3-19-2012 @ 4:03AM
Just like most kids' sports these days, of course you win! Medals and trophies for all participants!!Bah... only tracking wins is pure crap.They won't even be able to provide a win percentage because that would in turn reveal how man losses you've had. I don't care if I (or another player) has 2k wins if it took us 5k battles to get there... 200 wins out of 250 battles is much more impressive and revealing about ones skills.I'm an older player and I'm not even that competitive, but not keeping track of losses makes me feel like they're intentionally marketing Pet Battles to small children and pre-adolescents to spare their feelings. At the very least, they should have given us the option to choose how our records or kept.And... The article mentions the queue system. Does this mean I can't challenge my friends and guildmates to a pet battle? Again, this was something I think a lot of players were looking forward to. If we can't directly compete, this is another strike against something I was actually somewhat excited about.
3-19-2012 @ 4:21AM
Seems to be a lot of unanswered questions here, I'm betting someone will get a Pet Battle FAQ up at some point, if not now then in the next month.... I think the point of this article was just to show that Pet Battles are in the game and implemented for Mists, while the details aren't quite worked out yet on things like naming, wins/losses, challenges, training pets, gaining pets through the battle system, catching pets in the wild, etc.
3-19-2012 @ 4:45AM
On the idea of "no shame" I can see not publicly sharing win/loss numbers, but I'd be highly disappointed if I wasn't able to see my own personally. I have a 32% win rating in BGs, but I don't care, I'm just happy to know my numbers.Also, I feel like we should have a title or something that references Breanni.
3-19-2012 @ 4:56AM
@AbbadonThere's a queue system for dungeons too, but that doesn't stop you from running them with your friends.
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