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- I don't condone insulting behavior, especially when you put it on the page itself. I'm blocking you until I see a source. -- SpineTalk 02:29, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
- Dude DO TEMPLE TREKKING YOURSELF BEFORE YOU MAKE POSTS ON ITEMS RARITY.
- YOU are misleading players, I HAVE FULL lumberjack.
- It took me 10 hours of Temple Trekking hunting.
- I got boots just as often dropped as the boots.
- The legs were pretty damn hard to get, and don't get me started on the top...
- And why are you putting "Uncommon" as the drop rarity for each item piece?
- VERY FALSE.
- The Boots (50% chance) and Hat (50% chance) are Common, Legs (15% chance) are Uncommon-Rare, Top is Rare for sure. (5%)
- Now stop posting false information, also, Crawling hands have a Rare drop rate for Mystic gloves (dark) (1/512)
- You should change that information, since you're apparently in charge of the entire websites posts.Drewbennett812 (talk) 02:35, October 15, 2015 (UTC)
- I see. I've verified this information with three other friends of mine who have a full set, and they seem to corroborate what you have stated beforehand, so I'm going to revert the changes that I undid. Next time, being aggressive on a page doesn't help anyone, especially when you don't make use of the Edit summary. The user talk pages, or the local Wiki chat can be handy to resolve issues like this in the future. Apologies. -- SpineTalk 02:44, October 15, 2015 (UTC)