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3-28-2009 @ 6:45PM
"In the Q&A thread, we were told that the developers were aware of our concerns and would consider upping the spirit-to-crit conversion rate if they felt it necessary. I remained positive, but wasn't exactly holding my breath."you remained positive?bullshet.http://www.wowinsider.com/2009/03/21/arcane-brilliance-i-still-dont-like-spirit/read your own articles. your constant mage QQ was tired. the class is great and well-balanced. here's to hoping you take the time not writing this column weekly to gain some perspective.
3-29-2009 @ 8:47AM
@StarboyWhile I agree with your point I'm willing to cut him some slack on this one. This column is at least a step in the right direction. Yeah, while the last 2-3 columns weren't very good and as it turns out a whole lot of QQ for the sake of QQ (e.g. Q to the power of Q) this one is much better. Before someone starts waving the flag and shouting that this is what made the changes happen, I'd like to point out it was probably more the feedback on the PTR and the official forums. @ Mr. BeltWhile I have been critical of your last few columns (IMHO deservedly so) I'd like to say that this is a great step in the right direction. I especially want to thank you for asking readers for ideas about what they would like to see in the future. This weeks column was a pleasant surprise. Well Done!
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