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7-01-2009 @ 11:24PM
I would have to say I would agree with atree496, as much as I love the game I do see a good many people moving on or losing interest so its not terribly suprising to see a fall off in bloggers. I still play but only a fraction of my time during my hardcore raiding / vanilla wow days.Although people move on to other things. I think there is certainly merit in keeping track of bloggers that come and go. The blogging community are after all some of the most passionate players out there. Enough so that they make the time investments to do that creative writing. Seeing a fall off may be indicative of the overall interest for both readers and writers. If that's the case, it might be the small leak in the damn that could be a bit of foreshadowing.Agreeing with atree496, I think WoW easy mode may come back to haunt Blizzard. I mean when is the last time someone used CC in a 5 man? Definitely took the EPIC out of EPIC type game I felt when I was playing vanilla WoW or even to some extent in TBC. Maybe I'm just another player who's coming near the end of a 3.5 year run.
7-02-2009 @ 7:36AM
The loss of CC was, IMO, a necessary evil because CC became so needed that any DPS without CC or with "limited CC" was pretty useless in Heroics. Maybe they should've just given CC to all classes, but it was ri-goddamn-diculous. The model was broken.
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