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3-03-2010 @ 2:05PM
I got a little too excited when I thought the poll was asking for feedback on your Cataclysm Stat and System articles and not the changes themselves.
3-03-2010 @ 3:31PM
I really didn't care for the stat change articles. Was it really necessary to have about 15 articles that all said the same thing?
3-03-2010 @ 4:35PM
Last few articles have been like this."Post about changes""15 posts about the changes""Post about all the changes again"Then"Post about changes""Posts about each individual change"I am not trying to criticize, but I think people are getting tired of seeing so many posts about the changes that are in one post.
3-03-2010 @ 4:41PM
As much as I appreciate the writers on this blog the glut of stat change articles was a bit much. Maybe it would have been better to do one article for casters, one article for melee and maybe one each for tanking and healing.
3-03-2010 @ 5:23PM
If there was just a caster article they might accidentally mention warlocks in a good light. I don't want that in my mage articles.
3-03-2010 @ 5:47PM
Just because wow.com releases it, doesn't mean you are compelled to read it.There's something to be said about discretionary reading. What does it matter to you if there are a few extra articles this week? Is it really worth whinging about?Just find the article for your class and read it. Ignore the rest.
3-03-2010 @ 5:48PM
I believe they said that the main reason for all the separate articles was for people searching on google
3-03-2010 @ 5:58PM
Dboy, the point is that the articles lately have all been about the changes (excepting screenshots, The Queue, ect.)There is one post about all the changes as once, as Blizzard annouces them, then an article for every single change mentioned. It's kind of redundant to post the changes two or three times. Yes, someone might not read the "all-over" article, and may read one of the individual ones, what they are saying is we don't need a post about the changes initially, then a recap, then a recap for every single person.
3-03-2010 @ 6:12PM
A single article with "How the System and Stat Changes might effect your character" and have a single article with tags for each class name, build name etc. would have been found in Google just as well. Looks like mere milking more ad loads.
3-03-2010 @ 6:50PM
Yep, this week has had me perusing other sites for less repeat info. I really dig you guys, but the egregious rehashing of one blue post has been a little, well, egregious.
3-03-2010 @ 6:55PM
I don't know about you guys, but I have wow.com on an rss feed, and for the love of god YES there have been to many articles on the changes.
3-03-2010 @ 7:20PM
Good lord, agreed. Seeing all of these start articles on my RSS has been ridiculous. Enough is enough already!
3-03-2010 @ 7:26PM
I think they should have done it like patch and event notes.One article, that then links to all the seperate articles.Article Name: Cat Stat and System ChangesContent:Overview of The ChangesClass Changes (10 link, one for each class, then each class could have been a 3 page article, each page for a talent tree.)Extra information relevant to the changes (Auctionhouse/Economy, Futuring Gearing/Profession Concerns, Speculation, etc)
3-03-2010 @ 8:41PM
And they say the WoW community is characterised by incessant QQing...Pah!
3-04-2010 @ 9:38AM
I'm going to hijack this for a second simply because it'll get buried on page 90 otherwise.You can do Both Recruit a Friend AND the Battle Chest. Send your wife/self/whoever you're trying to Recruit, they get the 10 day free trial. Go buy the Battle Chest, use the Code on there to upgrade the account. Bam! free mount, 3x XP, and Free Levels (make sure that the New account uses the gift levels at 60, NOT 61 or you'll lose all you're levels). I've done RAF 2x now and it's a blast. have fun with it.
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