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1-31-2009 @ 8:23PM
Glad to see they are paying attention to getting those dance studios done, now that they have totally addressed all the problems with class balance in PVP...Oh wait.../cry
1-31-2009 @ 8:40PM
Why is it that everytime there's an article posted about a change that has nothing to do with PvP balancing, there's always summon who makes a sarcastic remark like that?I HIGHLY doubt that with a dev team the size of what Blizz has, they're throwing all of their resources into making sure we can change our character's dance. I also highly doubt that this thing is even very high on their list of priorities. I took this article as more of a "Hay guys, just so you know, we haven't forgotten about X or Y yet." It's like Clamgate from a few weeks ago all over again.
1-31-2009 @ 8:57PM
They are aggressively addressing PvP issues, so calm down!! Didn't you see the new patch notes? You can now open clams while PvPing and performing your new dance - even works while you're stunlocked (though the dance is reduced to a small foot tapping thing for the duration of any stun effects). I think that should resolve everyone's complaints.But yeah, people flipped out to ridiculous proportions about the clams and do seem to always have that comment of "Why are they doing x to the game instead of working on y?" Because there is one guy, Mr. Craft, he makes all the changes to the game and can only change one thing at a time.
2-01-2009 @ 2:06AM
"...the art team is "hacking away" at it when they aren't faced with more looming deadlines like Ulduar."Notice the -art team- part.People always seem to get confused with stuff like this... An animator cannot balance pvp, and the people in charge of toying with balance cannot animate a dance.There is no resource diversion here.
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