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6-07-2009 @ 1:35PM
Well, I'm glad you're "pretty sure", because evidently you didn't even need to read the entries to draw this conclusion. Given the size of WoW's audience, is it that hard to believe that there are actually some talented writers in there? Even, dare I say it, professional writers? There's a big difference between criticizing the classic mistakes of fanfic writers, and assuming that the winners made those same mistakes.Here we have some extremely talented people that Blizzard has seen fit to recognize. WoW.com couldn't be bothered to report on this when the winners were first announced in a blue post, or even when they were announced on the main WoW page several days later. Then, they apparently couldn't be bothered to pay enough attention to the announcement to accurately find the winner's name. Is it too much to ask that, at the very least, the winners simply be congratulated without a backhanded slight?
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