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1-17-2009 @ 8:15PM
I've yet to figure out if Christian is really, really bad at PvE or if he just ignores it all together and gets all his information from badly spelt forum threads with the titles ALL IN CAPS.It's a shame because all the other class-specific posts try to even out the QQ with some soothing words of assurance or a firm reminder it's just a game. Arcane Brilliance seems to revel in the morbid negativity.Even stranger, whilst most forums do to some extent reflect the attitudes of people I play with in-game the mages I know always love their class no matter what the forums are saying.
1-17-2009 @ 8:27PM
Wow. I'm sorry you think I'm saying the polar opposite of what I'm actually saying. I love Mages, and I love being a Mage, and I say so pretty frequently. Glance over some of my other columns. I link to some of them in the body of the post, so they aren't really very difficult to locate.I complain sometimes, it's true. But I try to convey my overall optimism more often than I wallow in negativity, and I hope that shows through. If it doesn't, I apologize.I rarely if ever get any information from anything that's written all in caps, I assure you. Caps hurt my psyche, deeply, if they appear consecutively and they aren't forming an acronym.
1-17-2009 @ 10:23PM
My bad really, my sarcasm detector was turned off.As a warlock I'm seeing a lot of QQ in the forums at the moment and feel it's my duty to stamp on it, guess I forgot it's your job to entertain with your writing and that sometimes involves pandering to the whiney side of mages with some obvious exaggerations.Anyhow, sorry for treating you like a troll.P.S. lay off us 'locks for a little while please. PvE wise we're far from broken but geez, it's like Blizard have something to prove with the destro and affliction rotations. PvP wise....actually gloat ahead. I think we all know now that classes will cycle up and down in PvP and anyone who takes it too seriously to handle a low ebb could do with shooting down.
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