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1-23-2009 @ 11:46AM
I think it depends on the community involved, because the role forums have evidently been hit and miss.The Tanking forum is an undeniable success. It's one of two forums that I've seen so far (the other being the old "Welcome to WoW" forum) which are almost always sane and have constructive threads. On the plus side, this one also caters to the more technical aspects of the game.Tanks as a whole are a good crowd, and seem eager to help each other. There seems to be some kind of implied and automatic respect. Heck, they'll even admit their own mistakes (for example, pally tanks forgetting to put righteous fury up after a wipe)... and joke about it. No name calling, just joking about the fact everyone makes mistakes.The DD forum is a mess, and why are half the threads pertaining to PvP? DPSers have always had a bit of a pissing contest between themselves, constantly posting damage meters and such. They closely resemble the class forums I think, which is not really a good thing.I haven't bothered to decipher the healing forums, but things seem to fall somwhere in between based on a first glance.Definitely hit and miss, though I'm enjoying the benefits of the tanking forum. Very wise and helpful.
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