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12-17-2008 @ 2:54PM
this is a really dumb waste of time filler article. We all know this exists. It's not news for WoW and it's not an interesting perspective. Please try to keep away from articles like this when you need filler and stick to more interesting topics like playing WoW at work. This article offers no new information, no interesting perspective and it does not even offer an easily made personal connection as the article is written in an almost entirely informational style. Please when you need filler, don't just regurgitate information from the Blizzard Account Page.
12-17-2008 @ 3:24PM
well, the name of the column is "wow rookie," so it's not a waste of time for those who it's intended for. if it's old news to you, why not just keep scrolling instead of harshing on it?
12-17-2008 @ 3:52PM
Actually, this was new and news to me.Thank you for this article.Now if only I could implement it with the wife, it would be really useful.Whoever suggested limiting the number of hours, but not necessarilly the times, that's a great idea.
12-17-2008 @ 4:46PM
Good name for you.You know, not everyone's been playing for 3 years and has a level 80 DK (I'm one of them, thank you).
12-18-2008 @ 8:49AM
I do not have a lvl 80 DK either. I do not even have a lvl 80. However, I do know how to read the manual (or website as the case may be) and I do think it is silly to regurgitate easily obtained and well publicized information. I like this site because generally when they don't have any significant articles to write or good opinion pieces, they at least publish ones that are humorous. I would have no problem if there was an angle to this article, but there isn't. There is no opinion. There is no novel idea about the feature of the game. If I wanted to read this I'd log onto my user account and read the Blizzard sanctioned description on their website. If you people are not smart enough to know your way around your own Blizzard account, maybe you really should take a few minutes and RTFM, newbs.
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