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8-03-2009 @ 11:35PM
Your "A team" theory doesn't hold water considering it's absolutely baseless and patently untrue. If you wish to continue posting on the forums, you will need to find more constructive ways to voice your concerns without defaulting to the "Blizzard favoritism" or "all the real WoW developers are gone" theories, both of which have been debunked time and again.-Zarhym "39. Re: Class Q&A Series: Priest 08/03/2009 07:03:07 PM PDTGreg Street FTL -- Blizzard only favors classes their developers play regularly.. and Druids have been OP for years.. yet they screw over priests and say "sorry " .. subterfuge by developers FTL! .. "We dont have time to address these glaring issues" in truth means "We have enough money and subscribers that we don't have to put in extra man hours to provide a well balanced, well managed game.. "Boy do we miss the A team developers game direction now. "Blizzard ban response to my opinion posted on Priest Q&A
8-04-2009 @ 3:45PM
That's because the argument you're proposing is pretty poor. It would be unreasonable to expect someone to respond (favourably or unfavourably) to a personal attack of this kind, especially if the accusation is that the developers are prone to blatant favouritism, since there are only 2 possible scenarios that have the same response:1. Devs DO play favourites - Response: Ban, because we're sneaky conspirators who don't want you to enlighten the world!2. Devs DON'T play favourites - Response: Ban, because you just called our personal character into question, so we think you're a jerk.TL;DR: What did you expect?
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