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10-04-2008 @ 3:23PM
wow...really?i generally enjoy reading wowinsider stuff, but that was just silly.whining and begging to an imaginary blizzard employee?then telling this make-believe developer 'what will happen' if they don't 'fix' a spell?if it was an attempt at humor, it failed miserably...and if it was an honest write-up, then it was the whiniest thing i've read in recent memory.you're complaining about an aspect of wow betas that has been well-documented and explained through blizzard actions for a long time...a spell/talent/spec is nerfed to increase testing in other areas.this has seriously deflected my desire to read wowinsider stuff in the future, and i hope you replace it with an intelligent article soon.to summarize: a long, tired wall of text, desperately crying about a non-issue in a beta build.i would say QQ more, but i don't think i could take it.
10-04-2008 @ 3:29PM
haha, i told you these posts would come
10-04-2008 @ 3:41PM
Yup, really. Deep freeze isn't really worth it right now. Extending the frozen status duration is nifty, but it still seems like a waste of the global cooldown.Fortunately for me I was never big on the frost tree, but I feel for those who are. The ultimate talent should feel ultimate, not meh.Fortunately I don't really believe talents like this will stay as they are. But perhaps our qqing will reduce the time it takes blizzard to fix them, :-POddly enough for a mage, I do feel bad for Warlocks just a little, ;-). Chaos bolt isn't actually made of chaos anymore, and metamorphasis seems more cool-looking than useful.
10-04-2008 @ 7:34PM
I found it extremely humorous. Good article, Mr Belt.
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