Why would you want to do that? If they want to proc or hone their stuff, why not? Because another player is to lazy to do the same?Coolwatersx wrote:It's almost like you're trying to be thick.shadowboxer wrote:Colest wrote:
Did you even read the patch notes? The reason procs were changed were to reduce botting. The only thing they said helps zerging is the bash not cap. I'm sorry you get your jollies out of rolling bots.
How so, If I can't get a UH proc from a friend, how does that reduce bots? He is actively playing. Yes, I know I'm not the only one that has had someone proc a weapon with there UH rune. Seems like a cry for "more fairness" because you don't have access to the same thing.
Is Shadowbane still "Play to crush" ?
Most players do not train a skill just in case a buddy wants a proc. Your friend does. Grats, he has a Skah! build.
Most (all in practicallity) toons that train a proc and do not apply it to their own weapon are bots.
This change makes those bots less valuable.
Not fair again huh?