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10-04-2010 @ 5:39PM
It's a series, with raw data presented now and application/analysis coming later -- it says "part 1" for a reason. ;)
10-04-2010 @ 6:22PM
Wow... I don't think some folks realize just how much work got put into this particular post.To everyone else out there - there may not be a post that is relevant or interesting to you at all times, but it surely is to someone.To be honest, I'm not into theorycrafting or figuring out coefficients; I leave that to the pros! However, I found it *very* interesting about how much work and time and effort (and blood, sweat, tears) goes into finding all these numbers. Bravo to you!
10-05-2010 @ 8:15AM
Not trying to be rude here, but this article feels really phoned in. It seems like the kind of filler you'd use on a week when there wasn't a lot of news to report on, but one week out from some of the most fundamental changes to our class since WoW started, it feels out of place. The premise for the article is strong; our rotations after the patch being probably at the forefront of most Warlock's concerns right now, but wouldn't it have been better to just link to the many, many places that explain how these numbers are arrived at, and dedicate the column exclusively to how that applies to us?How do the new specs play in PvP? What's it like for Warlocks in the heroics on Beta? How does the whole guardian thing affect our rotations? What profession changes look good (or bad) for us? There's a ton of Warlock-specific things that you could be talking about here. To be honest, this article doesn't really belong in the Blood Pact column; it's applicable to any DPS casting class. It might be useful information, but I really hate to see the one Warlock-specific article we get a week dedicated to such a generic topic.
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