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1-27-2009 @ 2:44PM
This is why Dev's don't like to promise anything. Should they have fixed it? Probably, but don't hang on their every word.
1-27-2009 @ 2:46PM
I'm actually okay with hanging on their every word.I'm not okay with one part of Blizzard saying one thing (community team, "this is fixed now") and the one part saying another thing (dev team, "not fixed yet, will be fixed later"). Communication is so damn important in this day and age, and I think that Blizzard is failing hard core in respects to their more dedicated fan base.
1-27-2009 @ 2:58PM
@ adamThe fact of the matter is that he's the developers face to the rest of the world.. He's also on the forums CONSTANTLY so he's got to have a pipeline directly to Nethaera also.. there's no reason a few words that are ,seemingly, as important as those should have been missed or forgotten to be said ANY WHERE unless it was either of their faults..GC's comment feels more like an "oh crap the glue didn't hold" comment then any thing else
1-27-2009 @ 3:00PM
I think that pipeline needs to be tripled in capacity.
1-27-2009 @ 4:15PM
I suppose they could wait...and fix it in the next patch like they did with the Orc shoulder bug back in TBC, which will be months for anyone sees a fix. Or the Blink and Vanish bugs...that have been with us since the games release and hense, never see it really fixed. But it should be reminded of short memory WoW Insider writers...that least they are trying to get to it today. Instead, there's a phrase where I come from, "take a pill."I'm not try'ing to be a fanboi/grrl...I'm trying t put things into perspective as an over 3 year'd player who seen my fair share of patch day bugs. That is, there's nothing new here to see folks, now run along.
1-27-2009 @ 5:35PM
Just to clarify, he said they would try their best AND there was a slight chance it wouldn't happen. Emphasis on the slight chance.
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