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9-03-2009 @ 2:14PM
I can imagine myself already spending half an hour on Elitist Jerks trying to decipher their... jargon, to see which will be the best path for a tankadin =PI kid, IMO, anything that opens up more discussion is fine by me!
9-03-2009 @ 2:23PM
You try to understand what the "jerks" are saying? i just skip to the conculsion :P
9-03-2009 @ 2:32PM
For Tankadin matters, check out the Maintankadin forums: http://maintankadin.failsafedesign.com/The community is MUCH better than EJ. :P
9-03-2009 @ 2:36PM
Haha, thanks for the link Tom
9-03-2009 @ 3:38PM
I like EJ, but only to have an idea.. a "guidance". I know they are mostly right on their conclusions, but sometimes I feel they exagerate the min/max topic. I mean, almost all of their info is based on a perfect case scenario, wich is almost never the case. So I prefer to just have an idea of where to go and I take it from there.
9-03-2009 @ 3:40PM
Their "sum up" articles can be useful when they bother to update them (last time I checked, some of their Shaman stuff was still TBC vintage).... but they do certainly live up to their name, which is why I seldom go there anymore :-/
9-03-2009 @ 6:30PM
Am I the only person who knows exactly what they're saying?Now i'm scared ._.
9-03-2009 @ 11:36PM
No, I think it is just it catches people off-guard. Once you go through it once or twice, it does get pretty clear, IMO.
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