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7-11-2009 @ 10:14PM
Christian, I had been reading your posts for awhile now (not sure when I started), but you have started to go downhill. If I were to graph your performance recently, it would look like this http://www.cksinfo.com/clipart/office/charts/Chart-Down-3.jpgFirst you started talking about professions - some solid work btw - then moves on, and for 5 WEEKS, you talked about PvP. Granted, a lot of it was good, but you spent a week on addons? Then you next post was a QQ about.... oh yea, NOTHING! About how you have nothing to QQ about, yet it still happens. Then came hit cap... although you set out with good intentions, this stuff is all over the web. That said, again, some nice math done there. And you end with this post: yet another QQ about 3 spells/talents. Seriously? more QQing? Granted you said ways to improve it, you are like every other poster on warcraft.com forums. The first page I go to every day is wow.com, and I always see Hunter, Pally, Priest, Shammy, and a 2 part Warr and 4 part rouge Ulduar guide on the site. The only ones I have not mentioned were Warlocks and DKs, but no one likes them anyways... Still, I would love to open up wow.com one day and see a title like this one: "Arcane Brilliance: What rhymes with Shmulduar but starts with a U". Yea, maybe not like that... but you get the point.Anyways, I hope you understand what I am saying, and again, I love to read you columns..... even if they are pointless...-Aeox (Detheroc)
6-14-2009 @ 12:29AM
Dude- we are MAGES, you don't want QQ- then read lichborne or the light & how to swing it. You must be a warlock, i think they're the only people who hate our QQ. (hey if you say that "mages are doing fine, stop QQing" maybe they'll buff warlocks eh?)I've been waiting for someone to raise the obvious arcane bloat to blizzard but they seem to be somewhat oblivious to this. Good article BTW.
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