It's -9 now.This is fun.
Take it outside, boys. I've seriously grown tired of the back-and-forth bickering and spam from you and some others. Just because I asked you to stop in one thread does not make it okay to move it to another thread, give me a break. :PJust because someone posts an opinion that you don't agree with does not mean you have to attack them personally, or their "internet street cred" or whatever else you guys hold sacred. Just give it a rest for a bit, else I'll start handing out free bans! :D
Hm, fair answers. I like that they're going to be putting out some improvements for Archaeology (maybe then getting Zin'Rokh won't be COMPLETELY impossible) and doing something about the resource nodes in phased areas. Having some sort of Appearance Tab would be fantastic; the T9 Death Knight set fit my personal style almost perfectly, and most of the subsequent armor sets have been, personally, on the side of disappointing. Maybe you guys enjoy looking like a Power Rangers villain, but I prefer something more...subtle.For those of you complaining that these are typical Blizzard-dodging-the-question answers, or that they think something you hate is fine as-is, I'll tell you what I told a friend of mine: Blizzard's got more perspective than you do. They're sitting in the control booth while you're out on the field, and something you may see as an issue may be too personal for the guys running the show to agree with you on. Granted, they're not perfect (some hotfixes are evidence of that), but implementing something that might make your life easier would mean hell for the developers. The PvPers might want more world-combat situations, but trying to fit that in while keeping the more mundane PvE questing running smoothly is easier said than done. Sure, creating problems for the PvE content might not be an issue for you guys, but Blizzard has to keep EVERYONE happy, not just a small minority.Example: dailies. A buddy of mine hates them, hates having to go and do the same quests day in and day out just to get a piece of gear. To him, reputation is a complete waste of time. But for me, having some predictability in my climb to the top makes the process MORE bearable, not less. Once I get a system down, I can blast through all my dailies in half the time and even get some fun out of it. Lots of other people are in the same boat, and because the dailies do actually work, they're not going away anytime soon.Next time you get ready to break out the whine and cheese, stop for a moment and try to think of the bigger picture. Sure, it bothers YOU, but what about everyone else?
I think they're blind to some of the issues with Hunters. A big issues is traps not being effected by spell penetration. Fully resisting my only CC is pretty undesirable.
OMG Ash you have Argent's old title!
I guess I'm a little happy that they're considering removing the deadzone for Hunters and the new character models would be nice. It is funny how they completely missed the question a few times, though. "The Daily BG Conquest reward is too low. Any plans to up it?""Yes, Rated BGs. You should play some.""No, Daily BG, you know, the PuGed one?""Rated."".. No.""Play Rated BGs.""*!@#."
The last question is what interests me the most. Making dynamic events that are both interesting and not frustrating could really improve the game if they are done right.