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11-19-2010 @ 10:12PM
Hey Guys,Great job on the column, as a druid I love reading Shifting Perspectives.I have to ask though are we going to see more diversity between the specs represented in the column? I looked back through the archives and found that, other than the "Why to Play a (insert race here) Druid" articles 99% have been about the Balance Spec (I noticed a Tanking article about a month ago and a Restoration Talent article from September 28). As a Resto Druid I would really like to see more articles about my primary spec. Maybe it's just me though!Again great job on the column and I look forward to more (other specs or not).
11-19-2010 @ 10:36PM
I think Allison has been a little busy lately, and she's the resident expert on all things druid involving leaves and fur. I'm sure that once the beta closes down and she gets some time, we'll have a few articles on non-lazerturkey matters.
11-19-2010 @ 11:33PM
Allison covers resto, feral, and a lot of the general "druid-y" things. There's only so much one woman can type.
11-20-2010 @ 12:44AM
Moonkin form is there to punish balance druids who cast OP healing spells on themselves by adding a GCD and mana cost to the switch :P
11-20-2010 @ 2:05PM
Allison covers Resto and Feral, Tyler covers Balance. The reason it looks like theres a lot more balance articles than others is because both writers write one shifting perspectives article per week, and so at the most you'll only see a Resto article once every 2 weeks.While its true that there haven't been many resto articles in a while, its because Allison has decided to write about druid races for a few weeks rather than specifically about specs. Whether thats because she has nothing to write about feral/resto right now, or whether she just thought the race columns would be more popular, is something you'd have to ask her.The chances are Allison doesn't read the comments in Tyler's articles, and there's nothing that Tyler can do about the lack of Resto content, so if you want more Resto articles you're better off asking in the comments of one of Allison's articles, or emailing her directly.
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