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I'mma let you finish, but first...
Everybody /dance now!
We've been repeatedly saying in various threads recently that we are listening, even if we're not acting on every piece of feedback we read. Well readers, listen up!
With the help of Ghostcrawler, the following will be added to the patch notes for the next PTR update:
- Players are once again free to dance in combat (without causing graphic errors). Other animations, such as attacks, will take precedence over dancing. The dance animation will be suppressed until the higher priority animation is complete. Fun has been unnerfed.
The concerns of the people vanished. And there was much dancing.
05/12/2011 08:03 PMPosted by ZarhymWhy on ptr does it say "Can't do that while in combat"? Is this not patched in yet? I wanted to be mc hammer and chop someone.
The change isn't live on PTR yet. It just got checked in and should be in the next build. ;)
05/12/2011 08:36 PMPosted by Zarhymhmmm now why would you want to /dance during combat, your all weirdo's
It's actually the proven number one strategy when you find yourself caught as the lone defender of a Battleground base, as a wave of attackers come at you. Ever since the days of vanilla WoW, there has been only one appropriate reaction: to dance with your murderers.
This is what you guys are doing to fix things in this game? How about fixing the problems pallys are having instead of wasting time on junk like this! Or better yet get the crew you have working on giving pallys round the clock nerfs and have them fix issues like beacon not showing the count down in your UI. Or how about fixing the problem with Shoulders not showing up.
You guys are like watching monkeys use hammers for the first time.
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