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12-10-2008 @ 9:11AM
Diplomacy is a dying art you say?But it looks like we got enough whining around here to more than up for it.I rather Blizz tells it how it is instead of doing the political thing of trying to not piss anyone off, like we got in the days of CMs relaying the bad news.It's a nerf, deal with it.
12-10-2008 @ 11:18AM
@tiago"Telling it like it is" and "keeping it real" is an a-hole's excuse. There's never a valid reason to be a rude clod when communicating with people, least of all when you're representing a multi-million dollar company. GC didn't mean to insult hunters, and he often goes out of his way to make sure his comments are well-spoken, but to think a nerf announcement deserved only a few words in a midday forum post was short-sighted on his part.
12-11-2008 @ 10:35AM
Blizz, and in this case mainly in the person of GC, seems to forget that he is supposed to represent a commercial company and is dealing with paying customers. And as everyone whereever has learnt who has to deal with customers: you treat them with respect. And that also means you do not drop something on them they way GC did, and in fact repeatedly does.GC might be a hell of a dev, but he should stay far away from the customer base of Blizz, cause he s*cks at that. Blizz: get someone else to do your communications and let GC sit quietly behind his screen sorting out the long awaited hunter bugs.
12-11-2008 @ 10:39AM
... awaited solutions to the hunter bugs.;)
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