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4-21-2009 @ 5:43PM
Spoilers?Months of PTR, Strat guides on every website, and you are concerned about spoilers?
4-21-2009 @ 5:44PM
Many of our readers are, yes.
4-21-2009 @ 7:37PM
I have to agree though. If you're reading a website dedicated to the meta-game then you should be prepared for a spoiler or two.A lot of what WI posts is guides to various things, like the Argent Tourney guides being posted. If you went to Gamestop and bought a Prima guide for a game, it would more than likely contain spoilers.Simply: If you're reading a guide of any kind, you should be expecting spoilers.I'm glad WI puts the spoiler warnings up, because it prevents someone from being able to complain about it. But I also question why someone would be reading this site, or WoWWiki, or MMOChamp, or ANY other Meta-game site and NOT expect the game to be spoiled. Whether it be upcoming patch notes, a guide to a boss encounter, or screen caps of the latest and greatest encounter, it's a spoiler of some kind.
4-22-2009 @ 9:40AM
I'm going to have to agree with Saintgutfree here.It's a bit silly to read a meta-game website with in-depth information on various aspects of the game and be concerned about spoilers.I'm going to go out on a limb here though and guess that since page views are dropping money into the authors' paychecks, they're going to go on putting up spoiler warnings. And really... who can have a problem with that?
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