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EQ2 Humor from Coyote : Ranger Changes

Posted Wed, Feb 22, 2006 by Ethec

"Changes"... "Alterations"...

Can a class ever be the same after the dreaded "nerf"? Coyotee Sharptongue puts his journalistic ability to the test as he looks at both sides of the dreaded "Ranger Changes" implimented in EverQuest 2's live update 20. Fair? Unfair? You decide."

Change. Some fear it, some embrace it, but it happens to us all. But what if you were hit especially hard by a change that altered your occupation so drastically, that you could no longer find work, hunt with friends, or in some cases, even hunt at all?” A large Kerran holding a microphone looks intently into the camera as he shakes. “This is Coyotee Sharptongue for Ten Ton Hammer news, bringing you live coverage from the protests and public out cries brought on by the devastating changes to the Ranger class.” He shakes his head sadly as he turns towards a large man dressed in earthy clothing and holding a large bow.

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