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2-12-2009 @ 6:20PM
"RogueJedi86 said...Guys, calm down. I just meant I love how Ghostcrawler tells us about upcoming changes and exactly why the changes happened. That's why everyone loved Ghostcrawler at BlizzCon'08 and love him now, it's his openness to the player base. It makes us feel like we're involved in the development process."Its because the users are a cheap source for beta testing and feedback. That of which Blizzard does not have to spend on Q&A costs. Like when Wrath was in beta and everyone who got an invite. Was auctioning off their code. I remember seeing codes going up to 200+ US dollars. I bet blizz was like laughing at us "Dance puppets, Dance!" Simple stuff that they are doing with each patch. Makes you think they should have had it in place since day 1 or first or second year. Like clams are now stackable yet the meat is not? Level 30 mounts. Faster leveling curve from 20-70. The dead level zone from 30-40. Mining one hit and get everything in the vein. Like herbalist and skinners. I do agree that GC seems a lot more open but doesn't mean he will listen. He only listens to what he wants to hear. Like the hunter nerfs. A few weeks passed GC says "Opps, our bad" When there was a huge forum posts spanning pages upon pages. If Tigole is leaving he should have taken that Palading Nerfing, Hunter axing noob of GC too. Blizzard teases us with new feature and they don't deliver. In BC took almost 8 months before Wrath came out to have guild banks. I guess we will have that dumb dance studio 6 months before the next expansion hits. Just like you can create DK on any server. Try creating a new DK on a new server like Winterhoof. Then complain and the GM says that you need a 55 toon. When you already have multiple 55+. Dual spec I wont believe it until I have installed the patch onto my game. I wonder if Blizz took a crap in a box and labeled it the next expansion how many of you fanboys would be still defending, what a great game it is.
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