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8-05-2009 @ 12:46PM
I'm sorry, but this isn't a commentary. It is a regurgitation of the priest Q&A, minus the shadow priest information. If you're going to bother writing up something, take some time to do something other than copy/paste lines from the Q&A.
8-05-2009 @ 1:27PM
I'd say it's worse than that, as it talks up the q&a as if they dealt with any concerns or gave any ideas for the future at all. "PvE, who cares if you're behind resto druids in hps and regen, take a nerf, PvP behind resto druids again? Screw you, take another nerf, this one will also screw your tank healing. Those ideas you had and things you think are broken with your class? We won't be doing any of that."But the author talks it up as though there was a real dialogue and exchange of ideas here. Shame, from the title I thought we'd get some decent commentary. Thing is, I'm fairly happy with my class, there's only certain things that bug me (inner fire charges and Blizz's refusal to remove them for extremely flimsy reasons). But a q&a like this actually makes me feel less happy as it was so cursory and so off-hand, not answering a lot of the bigger questions or even mentioning them and saying 'we'll look into it'. If they didn't have the commitment to do this properly the shouldn't have started it in the first place. Lazy from Blizz, lazy from wowinsider.
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