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9-06-2009 @ 7:08PM
Another great column, quick question, is Arcane Brilliance now on sundays, or is this just a temporary change?
9-06-2009 @ 7:40PM
I generally submit my columns on Friday, and they are posted whenever the website needs them. If Saturday has holes, it goes up then. If Sunday has more room, our editors plug it in then instead. Saturday's when AB is scheduled to appear, but some weekends, it just makes more sense for it to go up on Sunday.Think of AB as a missile. It's packed with explosive power, stored at some remote silo in Nebraska or something, aimed at whatever enemy of democracy happens to be most threatening that week, and then deployed when the need arises. It's a missile, made by a Mage. A "magic missile," if you will.
9-07-2009 @ 7:02AM
Certainly you mean Arcane Missile...
9-08-2009 @ 1:13AM
Clydtsdk - don't blame Christian just because you miss a D&D reference. ;) Learn your history, son!
9-08-2009 @ 7:16AM
I began to notice that too. Because every Saturday at work, I'd start to get all excited and say "OOOOH it's ARCANE BRILLIANCE today!!" Only to get home and after going through the WoW.com news for the day (ending with Breakfast topic) there was no AB.NOOOOOOO!!! I was sad - no . . . . DEVASTATED . . . until Sunday.At which point I was relieved.Now, if I don't get my fix on Saturday, I wait till Sunday. If I don't see it on Sunday, I have no idea what I will do. Perhaps go level my lock
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