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4-20-2008 @ 4:56PM
I have to agree with Sherp. The last article showed no indication that this article was coming - this article seems to be just a quick band-aid to try and fix an already bad idea. Saying "I wrote this one before, I swear" doesn't have any merit when we, your readership, had no former knowledge.Sherp is also completely correct, at least in my humble opinion, about the tone of these two articles. To me, as I said in my comment to the last article, these articles seem like little more than "professional" trolling - and if the comments section to the last article is any sort of a guage, it was an incredibly successful trolling attempt.The only thing trolling tries to do is stir up the readers by posting something controversial and stubborn. "PvE is the only real game!" and "But don't worry, I still like PvP!" are both completely opinion-based biased topics, no matter what sort of reasoning you put behind them. In addition, they are CERTAINLY insulting to some readers. It's like saying "That's not a real shirt" to someone in a clothing store. Again, excuse me for not enjoying having my playstyle be criticized by the "professional" writers whose work I usually enjoy reading. To me, this kind of personal-opinion work is more suited for a suitably personal blog, and not something conglomerate like WoWInsider. Personally speaking, I may become a less loyal reader if this is the kind of content WoWInsider begins to post.
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