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1-04-2008 @ 9:30AM
Like any column, it takes some time before you see everything represented. Yes, we'll be covering Horde and Alliance equally -- sometimes in the same column, sometimes over several. Keep in mind that Gamers isn't intended to be a scientific survey of a statistically significant sample. If you'll notice, though, one of this week's players is most active in PvP, one is an early raider, and one is still levelling -- fairly representative in and of itself, as far as fairly casual players who play in the morning hours go. For different viewpoints, you'll have to read future columns that talk to players at different times and situations.As Krystalle noted, very few players actually slow down and reply to inquiries in game. I'd say the ratio is somewhere around 1:10. I ran one prime time interview session recently -- Hordeside, actually -- where I only got two perfunctory comments over a full hour ... As noted above, if you have thoughts to share or a player to suggest we contact, e-mail us at email@example.com. We're listening.
1-04-2008 @ 1:33PM
It seems like you could just say "I'm doing a column for WoWInsider.com..." and people would flock to you. Perhaps another strategy is to get commentors here to ask all their friends the same questions. They all submit it and you have a huge sample of responses to pick and choose from.
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