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10-23-2010 @ 4:26PM
Good Job on the last one Allison, yes hopefully this will not be the cheese to go with the last one's whine. :)
10-23-2010 @ 4:35PM
I'm not sure if I'm on board with this whining about the whining.Yes, there were some angry noisy people asking fairly loaded questions in the last panel, but at the end of the day it was a Q&A where everyone was told that nothing will be significantly changing from its current implementation any time soon, and this does follow very shortly after the biggest balance upset in the past two years - so what were people expecting people to ask about? There's "ask question about something you're not happy about" or there's "pat the devs on the back for a job well done", which is polite n' all but it's a bit of a waste of everybody's time, surely?
10-23-2010 @ 5:02PM
It's pretty much a "given" that they are going to tune the abilities heavily during the pre-Cata period. This happened Pre-BC and Pre-LK. I'm sure the devs have a general grasp on what is "low" what is "high", etc.There has been an adjustment period in learning the new mechanics and resources but I think it's gone rather smooth overall (i'm also playing one of the classes with a new resource) and there are some things that I like and some I'm not so keen on but it will get sorted out. I'm not sure I would consider it an upset but more like things most of us knew were coming for a while now.I was foolish to expect more than *my* class sucks in "this part of the game" or *my* class is "weak here". It just seems so ... nearsighted? and I feel the devs are looking at overall pictures and how changing one thing affects things across the board.
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