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Shaileen

Member Since 02 Jul 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 01 2015 01:29 PM
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In Topic: Blizzard are actually DQing people who have done nothing wrong.

01 December 2015 - 01:26 PM

Just because you don't care about fair play and/or value money more then it doesn't mean everyone has to be this way. ;)

In Topic: Blizzard are actually DQing people who have done nothing wrong.

01 December 2015 - 12:37 PM

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edit : and why the fuck would i get banned its my own personal streaming platform that is in no way shape or form related to blizzard how hard is it to grasp?
You show your disregard for the rules of the game and Blizzard can ban you without any reason anyway.

In Topic: Scripted PvP

01 December 2015 - 12:34 PM

I agree with the scripted PvP, but I feel that surprisingly Rogues are a decent example of variety right now. All 3 speccs are playable (assa being a bit behind), with Combat offering more raw damage compared to subs control during shadowdance. Yesterday I watched Pshero playing Sub with shuriken (the range talent) where he would just stay next to the enemy healer, cc him and spam shuriken on the other dps. So he kinda developed his own playstyle. Yeah, he's only queuing with rnds in 2s, combat and assa play unbelievably boring, but still, rogue has a lot more options then other classes. I feel that we need more talents that make a big difference in how a class plays and that give an advantage against different enemies. Right now most talents have a "must pick" option and a few other are switched, but really don't make a big difference. (As shaman I take Vigor (2% totem life) instead of Healing Stream Totem (10% less frost/fire/nature damage) when the enemy doesn't have those damage types, but that doesn't change my playstyle at all)

Well, but I'm certainly beyond hoping in regards to Blizz doing anything that makes sense in PvP.

In Topic: Blizzard are actually DQing people who have done nothing wrong.

01 December 2015 - 11:59 AM

View PostRefren, on 27 November 2015 - 12:19 PM, said:

i mean it might have a big impact i highly doubt it does tho, i still dont see the point for banning players that advertise stuff on their personal stream that just sounds stupid
Action A is forbidden in game X. While you play game X, you advertise for A, thus clearly showing that you don't care about the rules. How is it hard to grasp that you (should) get banned for that? It's like pro athletes making advertisments for steroids.

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