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Jean-Luc_Picard

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Jean-Luc_Picard
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  • How it works. Starting and ending with WoW

    WoW, word of mouth... just when I thought I had read it all from that poster comes a new gem.
    btdt said:
    It's so obvious now... the OP is trying to get his orange tag!

    He's repeating the same drivel over and over again just to up his post count.


    Yep, it starts to get a bit spammy with always the same topic worded slightly differently and with some different drivel inserted.

    The race for orange doesn't work too well for this one though... not even a WTF yet. You don't get colors with the post count but with appreciations.
    AmatheKyleran
  • No one wants to look at what happened !

    Kinda like in ESO when you Morph a skill...One is recommended and the other is not advised...Whats the point if there is basically only one skill to take?
    The advisor recommends basic builds which aren't automatically the best for you.
    Depending on the main role you want for your characters, you may choose one or the other morph.
    TorvalYashaX
  • No one wants to look at what happened !

    Scorchien said:
    The majority of Blizz changes to there games comes from Data collection of in game player activity...
    I wonder what kind of data made them completely dumb down the character development, from big talent trees open to hybrids down to 6 clicks on a 3x6 array...
    YashaXScotMadFrenchie
  • No one wants to look at what happened !

    Neither TBC not WotLK drastically changed the game. It's Cataclysm which, beside completely destroying the world many loved and making questing completely linear, also started the downwards spiral of dumbing down of character development. And curious coincidence, that's also when the population started to drop drastically.
    mmolouMadFrenchieYashaX
  • I could never go back... Totally valid

    1999 was more like "the time after the Amiga" indeed.
    "The time after the C=64" was in 1987ish when they released the Amiga 500 (the 1000 was less popular).
    DMKano