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4-04-2007 @ 4:58PM
I think someone could easily take this guide and turn out a quick web application that would auto-generate fake patch notes. Randomize things like:- "Fixed a bug that caused $noun to $strange_action"- $Class $SpellName $Spelleffect will $now_or_nolonger $do_some_action- $Item will $now_or_nolonger $do_some_action when $some_circumstanceI've written half the psueudocode here, get to work ruby/php people!
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