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Blizzard apparently thought otherwise though because they removed the entire concept of a dishonorable kill from the game.
It's "feign indignation at the high quality of life of the previous poster" + "state your childhood desires to have such luxury" + "state how much worse you had it" so that the next poster can follow up. Get with the program!
You have to solo the first 10 levels, then get ready for some hot sitting-in-town-for-hours-afraid-to-go-to-the-bathroom-because-you-may-miss-an-invite action with your "Looking for group" flag up. Eventually I made a White Mage just to get in groups when I realized my thief, no matter how good I was, just wasn't going to get me anywhere. It worked for awhile, but they raised the level cap and Red Mages became the healer of choice. When my static group broke up because they wanted to play wow, I stopped playing.
WoW got something very right when it was possible to play solo and accomplish something. They started getting it wrong when I can kill 3 elites at once who are 2-3 levels higher than I am without needing to even pop a health potion just by pressing one button over and over.
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- Technically Apple did not disclose that battery situation but it was widely reported before the iPhone was launched. Perhaps the customer did not read any reviews or has been living in a cave the last six months.
- The iPhone battery implementation is no different than the iPod battery implementation. Perhaps the customer has never used an iPod.
- The iPhone has been out less than a month. The return period on the iPhone is 14 days for a full refund unless the box has been opened which will cost 10%. So rather than return his iPhone in the first 2 weeks and take a $60 maximum charge, the customer sued instead.
- Since the iPhone is new, how can the plaintiff (or Apple) know how long the battery will actually last? Apple estimates that the iPhone battery life will retain 80% charge after 400 charges. Where is the plaintiff getting his information?