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5-28-2009 @ 1:09PM
Once again, GC is shown to be the incompetent crab he is.*Nearly said incontinent, which, while mildly funny, would be nothing but a vicious rumour. Unlike above.
5-28-2009 @ 1:13PM
As frustrating as it is, these things happen: it's a sprawling, massive, interconnected game and things like this are the consequences of what we love about it. I don't think it shows incompetence of any kind on GC's part.
5-28-2009 @ 1:14PM
Personal attacks add nothing constructive to the debate.
5-28-2009 @ 1:32PM
Yet, neither do you Kemikalkadet, and by that same token, neither do I in this case :)
5-28-2009 @ 2:26PM
I have not yet read this full article, though I plan to do so as soon as I finish this comment. However, I would like to take a minute to defend GC with respect to the claim made in the first paragraph of this article. Here is the statement made about GC which I believe is incorrect:"Ghostcrawler himself chimed in recently (in a discussion of the nerf to Titan's Grip and the effect it had on warrior DPS) to inform us that the claim that warrior rage generation was hurt by the changes was a myth created by warriors upset with the nerf."Here's the quote GC was responding to in the thread:"The fury nerf didn't seem to take into account rage lost and so it put our damage too low."Here is GC's response:"The TG nerf took lost rage into account. This was a myth started by warriors who didn't like the change."So what GC was saying is that the myth was the claim that the TG nerf didn't take lost rage into account. He is *not* saying that the myth is that warrior rage generation was hurt by the TG nerf.Why do I point this out? Because I think it's clear to most warriors that doing less damage means less rage generated. GC was being portrayed as not understanding this basic principle, when it's clear that he does.Okay, now that I'm done with that, I'm going to get back to reading the rest of this article.
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