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2-18-2009 @ 1:31PM
I'd wondered this also, until I read something that made me realize that thottbot was one of if not "the" first website of its type, and it's been largely eclipsed by sites like wowhead that have a reputation for being more advanced for one reason or another.I agree that thottbot has flaws, but I still find it extremely helpful (I like the way it shows the range of types of mobs on a zone's map, for example, and if that feature exists in wowhead I haven't found it yet) and in one recent instance it was able help me identify something that wowhead actually had zero entries for (the Rune of Opening that drops when you are killing the humanoids that wander the ruins near Daleran's crater in Hillsbrad).Anyways, I tend to use a mix of thottbot, wowhead, and wowwiki when I am researching stuff.
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