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1-08-2009 @ 12:13AM
Wow, this really is amazing. No more bag issues over those pesty clams. I'm so glad Blizz took the time to fix this problem instead of balancing PvP...
1-08-2009 @ 12:25AM
Clearly, Blizzard should never fix any bugs unless you give them permission first, jnl. It's not like balancing PVP perfectly across the board is an IMPOSSIBLE task, or that players would still cry about how their own pet spec is still broken even if things are perfectly balanced. It's not like this bug fix probably took five minutes, compared to weeks or months of planning and a comprehensive overhaul of the entire game in order to attempt to balance one aspect of PVP.Surely, Blizzard should drop everything and update nothing until you, jnl, are satisfied with your own pet niche of a very large game.
1-08-2009 @ 2:02AM
As blues have specifically said, they try to wipe out as many of the small, easy things to fix as possible because they are just that; small and easy to fix. They don't require massive amounts of testing/QA/approvals/etc, they can just be fixed. That does not mean they put off working on serious things that take longer to fix in order to fix clam stacking.
1-08-2009 @ 7:24AM
Why do people always talk about "Blizz" as if it's one person? There are hundreds of people working on this game. Fixing this won't have any effect on people working on your precious PVP.
1-08-2009 @ 10:04AM
@Zeliusbecause "the developers and other people working for the company called Blizzard Entertainment" is too long.
1-13-2009 @ 2:15PM
Some call these easy fix items 'low-hanging fruit'. Easy to access and pick with very limited Impact or risk at a low Effort.Think of a grid (4 squares) with Impact (Low/High) across the top and Effort (Low and High) down the side. When you classify changes or fixes into one of the boxes it makes sense to do the Low Effort/High Impact ones first (or with a high priority), then look at the rest. Consider them 'freebies' like that apple hanging low on the tree. Grab it, take a bite and move on.:-)
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