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2-26-2010 @ 9:31PM
I don't get why they have these chats when they don't want to tell us things in the first place. They have the forums but they have to turn to twitter for some reason?.. Oh right, I get it, its the lack characters that people can type that makes it a good idea.. So no one can precisely convey any thing to them..I really enjoyed how they answered the same questions over and over again, it made me feel like I was reading the queue. Maybe WoW.com should hand the article over to them. And I like how many of the questions fielded were already answered prior to tonight. It really makes be believe that no one who cares so much to ask pays any attention to sites like this one, or the forums, that will go ahead and tell them things they're interested in before they need to ask and muddle the flow of any real information that these guys could have provided. You've essentially gave them an out on telling us any thing major by letting them go on about things most of us already have the idea of, good job.I enjoy the fact that they wanted people to love Wintergrasp but obviously didn't think people would actually do it. Thats the only reason they couldnt foresee the strain on the servers. It was such a terrible idea to put it almost right next to the zone with the big crazy laggy hub city..Don't really think Troll, Worgen or even Tauren Mookin are would mind to see a unique, race specific, Moonkin form. That answer seems like they just don't want to go through the trouble of figuring out what to give any of them.If they were so worried about the dungeon finder killing the sense of community on most servers to the point where they won't extend it to raiding just yet then I think they need to open their eyes. They killed the sense of community on a good number of servers at the 5 man level, there's not a lot of reason to know many people if you can just queue up and get random throwaway people to grind instances with. Tyler Durden laughs at your complete lack of sight on the single serving friends frontThe Honor cap answer seems completely counteractive to the big honor changes in the next patch. People run BG's like they run Dungeons and that's going to get even worse when you can just queue randomly to get even more of a prize out of it. Many of those people are going to hit cap, not know it at first, and then get extremely pissed off about having missed out on the honor they should have received. So good job on starting a new QQ train guys, have fun dealing with the forums.This chat was a complete waste of time, just as the first poster pretty much predicted.
2-26-2010 @ 9:44PM
QQ moar. Most developers don't even do this much.Also, GIT OFF MAH LAWN!
2-26-2010 @ 9:59PM
wall of text hits you for 9000
2-26-2010 @ 10:10PM
That Blasted Lands info totally was old and not new at all. Wait, where did you read this info before, BoomingEchoes, since this is all old to you? For that matter, give us sources on where you read all the other info.
2-26-2010 @ 10:13PM
First you start our complaining about there being no new info...But the second half of your post is just chalk full of response to the new info we were given.I get that you are an unhappy camper about WoW and everything, but at least be consistent with what you want to complain about.
2-27-2010 @ 7:05AM
Jesus, you must have a fun life, enjoying all that stuff... I wish I was you
2-27-2010 @ 8:27PM
I wonder why the devs assume they need to get folks back together to complete a raid. Are they that stuck in the old way of thinking?They came up with the solution with 5-man ICC by making it gated: complete the first, then you can do the second, then the third. They said they like smaller raids, anyway, so it shouldn't be that hard to get 10 or 25 people together at any time of day who want to do the second part of Raid X, and if there are enough small raids then keeping a week-long lockout shouldn't be much of a problem.So Devs--we need a RaidFinder!
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