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9-01-2010 @ 8:40PM
Forgive me if I'm just talking rubbish, but it seems like most of your articles are, while very helpful, not much more than lists, or run-throughs of abilities. Perhaps it's just my imagination, but you don't seem to do many analytical articles (like this: http://www.wow.com/2010/02/14/the-light-and-how-to-swing-it-its-all-intellects-fault/#continued - and this: http://www.wow.com/2010/08/06/the-care-and-feeding-of-warriors-fury-report-card-for-wrath/ ).I took a look through the recent prot/ret posts, and there's very little in the of posts like those ones I linked, which is a shame. :(Maybe they're not your thing, but it would be really nice if you could give that kind of article a try. If you have trouble thinking of a suitable topic, perhaps the strengths and weaknesses, buffs and nerfs, of ret over the course of the expansion, that might make an interesting article. :)
9-01-2010 @ 8:42PM
"in the way of"*, not "in the of", sorry. :O
9-01-2010 @ 9:34PM
1. You said his articles were "very helpful"- seems to me that doesn't need to be improved. 2. I believe there is a call for submissions for writers to come up with idea on an article. Maybe you should check that out. Then again I might just be talking rubbish.
9-01-2010 @ 11:25PM
Recently, I did a couple posts about holy power and an article talking about what the hell was going on with Holy Shield during the course of the beta.I'm probably going to do next week's about haste and the Sanctity of Battle beta talent in conjunction with something about holy power rotations for retribution.
9-02-2010 @ 3:41AM
I'd imagine that it's hard to do in-depth analysis of beta abilities when the class is still in such a state of flux and no-one has any real experience of play at the level cap. So lists of changes and the current state of play it is.
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