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Aug 7th 2010 1:09PM @facethefire

You do realize that RIM is actually Canadian and not American, right?

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Aug 10th 2007 11:55AM Aurdon: Spellfire/Primal Mooncloth/Frozen Shadoweave not enough? :) Unless you are a clothie, then these sets don't do much, but if you're not a clothie, why tailoring? :)

Anyway, this is what I wanted to comment about. From the article:

Blizzard has declared camping vendors for limited quantity recipes as unfun and is going to stop it. (Captain Obvious strikes again!) All vendors are going to have the same "pool" of blue and purple recipes which will randomly appear on them. It will be random enough so that you won't be able to guess when to camp them and any vendor can be carrying a rare recipe from that pool at any time.

So... basically... what you're telling me is, that it's no fun to look for limited quantity items, so you're going to make it even harder than before to get it? If it's not fun, why not just turn off the idea of "limited quantity" and just make the proper vendor sell unlimited amounts of an item?