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I agree. I think only people who can't afford a smartphone would complain about the mission table. Everyone else basically never touched it except for one quest, alone. They just used their phone to queue up and finish the missions when they were out and about, at work, watching TV, etc.Nepheth said:They were great in Legion. It was just a passive income which I can control with my phone. There is nothing wrong with them. There was only one class order quest which forced me to use it and it took nothing from my time. Other than that you don't have to use it. And if you wanna use it, you can just open your phone and in less than 1 minute you're done.
There are also people being labeled racist and sexist by people who choose the most bastardized interpretation, or "intent," of their words (or actions) because they dislike criticism and want to lash out.Amathe said:I agree, there is. I'm not advocating for a world like the one in Demolition Man. If you need to crack down on someone for bad play in your group, that may be appropriate.Darksworm said:No. There's a difference between bullying and being hateful, and simply being blunt without phrasing everything in a way that makes someone feel good about themselves.
But make no mistake. There are people running around using racial and sexual epithets who, when called on it, want to pretend like it's not them - it's everyone else being overly "sensitive." And that's crap. They aren't fooling anyone.
Quizzical said:That fits the thread title pretty well, and checks the boxes on what you'd want in a "gaming" laptop at that price. A GTX 1050 Ti isn't going to give you great gaming performance, but you aren't going to get great gaming performance on that budget. Games will run at suitable settings. You might well be able to max LoL; WoW will be fine at suitably reduced settings.
Totally agree.AlBQuirky said:Reading more of this thread, it seems that "Tab Targeting" and "Action Combat" are kind of misused, in my opinion. The difference for me is not about how one acquires a target, but rather how the fight plays out.