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12-17-2008 @ 1:12AM
PuG or super-organized, casual or hardcore, it all boils down to the continuation of a system that will promote the huge gear gulf we've become used to over the past couple seasons.And let's be honest -- it's hard to keep a straight face and call this a competitive "e-sport" when from the get-go teams will be split between the haves and have-nots. Who knows which classes/specs will dominate this season (although many of us have a good idea) but those are the ones who will enjoy gear, titles and mounts.But I think all the QQ about ratings requirements and item cost would disappear if the classes were better-organized.Also, to the staff of WoW Insider -- as a reader who takes time to comment, I don't appreciate your staff modding down comments on the quality of the articles here. Most of us are reasonable about our criticism despite routine errors on your blog, yet your staffers come in and mod our comments down. I'm sorry, if you give blatantly bad advice on talents or publish a post littered with grammatical errors, you are not absolved from criticism. This is a two-way street, and readers have every right to respond to your stories. Modding critical comments down is childish. Thanks.
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