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10-30-2008 @ 4:01PM
I don't see how this could possibly be a bad thing. What people fail to notice is that this is perfect for numbering down how many "forums" blizz devs and GMs need to open up each day to look through for articles and such they need to read and will probably be better for us getting blue responses. Think what you want but I really don't see a down side to this.
10-30-2008 @ 4:24PM
The main downside I see is that good class-specific discussions are going to get lost in the cesspool of spam and multi-class QQ. The original forums weren't much better, but smaller populations allowed for easier access to useful information. It's also going to be a hell of a lot scarier for a newbie to jump into a forum that size than it would be to jump into their specific class forum. Alternatives like EJ are going to see a distinct rise in postcount methinks (which sucks for the newbies who don't even know they exist).Also - the search function on the official forums absolutely fails. Once a thread is off the main page, it's dead. Except to the trolls. Stupid trolls. *grumble*
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