Let's talk about the Redrix's Claymore/Broadsword controversy.
Personally I am a little torn on this one and i'd like to hear your thoughts.
For those unaware the Claymore was earned by less than 1% of the games population (mostly due to the terrible Glory system I'd imagine). Aaaaand Bungie is retiring the gun in season 4. Meaning that if you dont have it you can't obtain it. However they announced what is basically a carbon copy of the Gun for season 4.
The 1% that have it are very upset because they feel this takes away from all of the hard work they did to get it.
So here are my thoughts. They idea of the Claymore always kind of irritated me. But only because I am a solo player and I knew that there was just no chance in hell i'd ever be able to get the gun and man do I want it. So with the ranking system changing that means that maybe just maybe I might be able to earn the Broadsword which is cool. So on one hand (the selfish one) I am okay with the decision. However on the other hand I can completely understand why the people who earned the Claymore might be upset.
But I do know that when I do get killed by someone running the Claymore they will have my respect for having earned it whether the Broadsword exists or not.
The common Eider is both the largest of the four Eider species and the largest duck found in Europe. -
In North America the Eider is only exceeded in size by what kind of duck found in southernmost Texas and south Florida?
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Tried to do a page from a panel using my demon hunter and Jeff as the characters. I tried to use colour to finish it as i hardly use it so this took most of my time today. Still love the idea of Jeff giving the main char his strength and i hope you like it too