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12-26-2009 @ 7:12PM
The healer article is depressing to read. Forget healing max level. I can't stand doing it as I'm leveling on my Shaman. On the magazine itself: too expensive and not enough 'fluff'. I remember buying this kind of D&D magazine even though I don't play the game because I adore stuff that's about the monsters or imaginative ideas behind a game: I like number crunching and gear and stuff like that, but that should never be the focus if I'm paying tons of money for something. This is nothing but DPS this and healing is about staring at health bars that. Boring. That being said, it looks pretty fantastic. I wish some of the artists they hire for the pictures in there were contributing to the in-game visuals as well. Oh well.
12-28-2009 @ 2:27PM
You're looking at quarter of the pages of a 148-page magazine. It's not all DPS this and healing bars that. Pass judgement when you actually see the complete product -- don't review a preview.
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