Shows Bungies priorities. And I'm sick of it tbh
Edit: dang just woke up and saw the tremendous response. I just want to clarify that this was (if not obvious) a salty and emotional post just venting some frustrations with the game and progression in general IN THIS SEASON SPECIFICALLY. Yes I know the practical aspects of changing certain things in game versus others take more time. But I stand by the notion that Bungie really needs to consider the optics of their practices. If you can't fix Witherhoard or exotic glitches in a timely manner then fine. But don't go patching loot farming methods in a few hours and expecting the community to respond favorably.
Edit 2: I also want to clarify that I do not think players are in any way entitled to an exploit. Riven should never have been cheesed. Wardcliff should have never given extra heavy ammo. Etc. Etc.
Edit 3: its hilarious the amount of toxic negativity I see on both sides. Polarizing tbh. It's either that I'm a crybaby or this game is trash and doesn't deserve our time. Neither of those things are true, please stop with the extremism and name calling. No one is taking you seriously.
Happened today, while I was wearing normal jeans and a sweatshirt
Was shopping for groceries in my local supermarket, and I was in the crisps aisle. I'm above average height, so usually when I get asked to do something in the shops it's to grab something off the top shelf for someone, usually an elderly woman. Today I heard, in a quiet voice, 'Excuse me, could you help me' I turn around and it's this huge middle aged man, at least 6'5'' tall. I'm quite surprised to hear, but I followed him nonetheless. He led me through 2 aisles to the cereals section, points down to the aisle closest to the floor, and asks if I could grab 'the red one' as his back was too stiff! I bent down, grabbed the item and handed it to him, after which he asked me if I was a new employee. I replied no, and he apologised profusely for 'wasting my time' I told him to think nothing of it, and said my goodbyes.
Not a very exciting story, but it goes to show that sometimes the bottom shelf is also out of reach for large people as the top shelf is for small people