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11-09-2009 @ 8:30PM
gasp, and you linked to my article? After gutting Blizzard, Simon Simonson and Richard A. Knaak? Gee. Thanks! O_olol
11-09-2009 @ 9:03PM
You're upset that Sacco gave an honest and well-supported opinion, actual journalism, and sullied it slightly by linking to your gushing, unsupported corporate shilling? Nah, even I'm not, he should link as it's professional to provide sources. Thankfully this article provides a much needed antidote to your uncritical, toadying praise and a much needed voice for the many of us horribly dissatisfied with some of Blizzard's choice of writers.Oh, and I'm pretty sure he didn't come into your article and make a passive-aggressive attack on you for whatever tiny shred of journalistic integrity you might have.
11-09-2009 @ 9:45PM
Wait, what? He "gutted Knaak"?If anything, he was kind. Knaak is the worst hack out there. His books are TERRIBLE, Night of the Dragon in particular was so bad that I'm amazed Blizzard actually let it be published. The Med'an story is also pretty awful. Though in this case the fact that its confined entirely to the comics and doesn't exist in game at all is a good thing. We don't need the game sullied with this crap.At some point Blizzard totally lost their way when it comes to storytelling.
11-12-2009 @ 2:11AM
A nonny mouse, your comments mean nothing to me. I was joking. You know ... (lol as in laughing out loud ...). Mike and I email each other from time to time, and he supports my news often on wow.comEveryone has a right to their opinion about the writers, I have mine too even if it bugs you. Yours about Knaak or other writers doesn't bother me, nor Michael's. Again ... my post was meant as a joke.
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