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2-28-2008 @ 10:52PM
They could take the middle ground and simply have closed test realms, where they do testing on an invite only basis. Overall though it is a shame that the WoW community is so immature in their attitudes about changes. Even among some of the "Professionals" here, they can't restrain themselves from fussing about changes, or the lack thereof, despite Blizzard explicitly saying that the notes didn't include all the changes.It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone when Blizzard doesn't openly communicate with a community that has deemed itself utterly incapable of being rational. Of course the easy response is that it is Blizzard's fault the community is like that, clearly Blizzard forced players to behave like children.Lest anyone think I'm simply calling Shamans out, I think it applies to every class. Thank goodness there are private forums that Blizzard can collect consistently reasonable feedback like EJ, otherwise the community may not have a voice at all.
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