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1-21-2010 @ 10:29AM
Bah, I hate to confess to this, but I quite liked the drama as well. SORRY! I haven't been on wowinsider in a while now, and I was a bit lost in the beginning, but the comment section on this one sorted it out for me. The problem with the drama was often that links no longer worked because posts had been taken down and such, or made private when it came to guild forums. Of course it's a bit annoying when you read something juicy, want details, click a link, nothing there. I do understand why you took the drama off, but I also understand why people want it back. I enjoy reading about exceptional people, however I do this in the 15 minutes of fame thing. I do enjoy reading about downing stuff, however, I get this fix from realm forums and well... it's everywhere. I also don't really think people are that interested on knowing who cleared what on some obscure realm on another continent. So in that respect, I think drama wins when it comes to aforementioned topics. I can get my drama fix by surfing other forums yes, but it's always easier when someone on wowinsider tracks it down for us.
1-21-2010 @ 11:27AM
And the wow.com people were good at it because this site is so popular that people send in their drama and people don't have to scour realm forums for a laugh.But again, why on earth post when a diminutive guild clears a reg 10 man? I mean, what's the difference between posting when 3 or 4 guilds clear Ulduar for the first time, and looking at the progression thread on a realm forum? Oh I know, the progression forum has drama a lot of the time ;)As I see it, this column just adds nothing of any particular interest that can't be found just as easily elsewhere. However, and to my great disappointment, it seems Adam has nailed the coffin shut on another of his posts. Boo :(
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