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5-05-2008 @ 3:18PM
Whilst true that holy pali is the training wheels for the real healers, or just for the lazy, you may want to change the gender reference to neutral one - just incase some of the more picky readers get upset.I also agree that advert for warhammer was completely and utterly unneeded, or wanted. How much did they pay you for that?
5-05-2008 @ 3:26PM
Absolutely nothing. And I'd advertise it again, the same way Mike's been raving about GTA4 or Adam about Battlestar Galactica. While we're at it, let me advertise IRON MAN. Awesome movie.The point is that when Paladins, a MELEE class in plate, specs Holy, the entire play style changes and removes Seals from the equation. The Seal system is key to a Paladin's uniqueness and it's REMOVED from the equation entirely if you spec for heals. Blizzard could've taken advantage of that unique game mechanic but it seems to have opted not to.As for more gender neutrality, I use 'she' as my pronoun of choice in almost all my articles. Most people use 'he'. I'm sure if I'd used 'he', I suspect no one would have their knickers up in a bunch. =p
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