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5-19-2008 @ 12:23PM
Contrary to popular belief, Blizzard's official patch notes have to be typed out as well.These seem quite legit to me. Fake patch notes tend to be attention grabbers, citing class changes or more specific instances of things that get people excited or angry. These notes are completely devoid of such things.For example, rather than just note which classes have had their talents implemented, you'd expect to see sections for the classes with vague pronouncements about certain talents and their functions. That's forum trolling gold, and it's completely absent.That all said this could be a forgery, but if that's the case it's the finest forgery I've witnessed.
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