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3-03-2010 @ 3:42PM
Nah, I was adding the "E"'s to try and match with just how annoying the complaining just to complain people are to me.I probably should've added more.In any case, if you are someone who doesn't want to be spoiled by story elements, you shouldn't be going on a site that specializes in data-mining in the first place. To put it in your example, that would be like going to a Star Wars story discussion without knowing the spoiler in Empire Strikes Back, and then acting all shocked and angry when they start talking about it. And MMO Champion has been doing fairly well in warning people about spoilers before posting about them. So really, the people who are going to be reading MMO Champion and getting those spoilers are most likely wanting the spoilers in the first place...and being angry about it after a warning is just being silly.And if you're saying that they shouldn't datamine in the first place, then that's just, as I said before, complaining just for the sake of it. There's no reason to complain about it. WoW is not some sort of huge book release like Harry Potter, where all the story spoilers simply CANNOT be released to the general public until the book is out. And if you're saying they're bad because the information is released to people who would gladly spoil all the information on Trade Chat, then honestly, this should really be the case where you DO shoot the messenger...Eh, well, I guess I came off too strongly on it. Just like you have a pet peeve on people who spoil, I have one for people who tend to complain without a lot of reason behind it...I guess I have a pet peeve for pet peeves....Weird.
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