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5-17-2007 @ 11:16PM
People who say that Tseric is an idiot or he deserved this or that, need to look in the mirror and see if they can handle the kind of grief that the forums give you. I used to go on the official forums all the time and then after the closed beta finished and 2 months later, it was officially stupid. The forums, to me, don't have any measure of the pulse of the game and do nothing but incite players to think that their class is worthless. If you notice who the best guilds are, they are the news of the forums and have no need of the forums to know how to play their character. The forums can tell you with specific numbers what your healing performance, your dps, your defense rating, etc...but they can't tell you how to play your character.Tseric understood that the forums were being taken over by trolls and probably lost sight that that game doesn't rely one bit on the forums. But that is to be expected when a company looks for feedback from people who do nothing but blab and don't play the game. How can they?!?!? They're too busy trolling the forums!!! Blizz should just get its feedback from the guilds who play the content of the game and not from the masses. I don't care if it's the masses who pay the majority. If you want quality content...don't ask the 90% who struggle with the content...ask the 10% who pwn the content. Results speak for themselves.Poor Tseric....there was no way he could keep up after so long. I don't blame him for blowing up, and 99% of us would have done the same thing. Blizz should have stood by him and done something to clean up the forums.Thank you Tseric for trying to make the forums a better place for everyone.Shame on anyone who thinks otherwise.
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