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6-17-2010 @ 7:59PM
Honestly it's more wowhead than you guys that have more to lose with less reliance on third-party websites. It's the more factual stuff that the UI is getting.After all, the new UI can tell me what spells I can get after I level, or show me quest locations on my map, but it can't make a jab at Warlocks after I ding like you guys can, they can't discuss talent builds in funny ways, or talk about fun achievements, or even squee over "OMG HOW AWESOME IS THIS EVERYTHING'S NEW!"So yeah, as long as you guys are excited, I'll be excited, and I'll come back for your unique brand of humor and wit.(I'll still go to Wowhead too, even with the changes. They're just making it so it's not practically required. I don't want to have to walk to my trainer to see when I learn spells, or go to the AH to see what glyphs there are. So, they're just putting more of that in-game. Wowhead has other stuff that's cool though, like the gear comparisons and tankspot videos. Lord knows I'll still use it to get information about mobs and bosses.)
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