with all the changes that have been made, and the changes that are still on the table - #nochanges is the ultimate #copium
The fact that the word entitlement is used while demanding #nochanges is the pinnacle of irony, demanding the experience that they want, but telling us that asking for QoL improvements is us being entitled. It’s mind boggling.
I’ve never once stated support for full wotlk dual spec, in fact my only reason for contributing as I have is to balance the scales of utter malarkey and horrible reasoning on the #nochanges side.
I don’t even disagree that more changes are bad, and I personally don’t care if there are no more changes. I just don’t like people flat out denying facts and lying to try and win an argument when you can literally google ‘Patrick Dawson interview’ and see the actual TBCC lead developer talk about their stance on changes.
Anyway I’ll check back tomorrow to see what other copium these fanatics come up with as to why they think that all of the changes that were made were good, and along the original designers intent back in 2007, like HvH BGs, alliance getting seal of blood, and any other various changes that have been mentioned ad nauseum.