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12-15-2010 @ 7:14PM
I am a big fan of the column, I look forward to it every week. But I just don't find it very helpful. Having read all the articles on the other classes about gearing up, they break down reputation rewards intelligently and suggest paths of upgrade an reputations to grind first. When reading this article the only impression I got was that of a writer pressed for time, with other things on their mind that were more important than actually doing research to understand the material they are tasked to write about. Once more, I am a big fan of the column, and the reputation rewards article for wrath is still in my list of favourites (http://wow.joystiq.com/2008/11/26/encrypted-text-wrath-reputation-rewards-for-rogues/). so I am not being a critic of the author, but just this particular article.
12-15-2010 @ 10:25PM
I find that half of people want it spelled out (do this then buy this then grind this) and others just want their options laid out cleanly. I try to alternate between the two when I can.
12-22-2010 @ 4:35PM
I agree with Chase... depending on the person, they want very different things. MrRobot focuses on tools and lists (http://www.askmrrobot.com/wow/gear), which seems to suit your style, but doesn't offer complete guides like these written by Chase. Even though I'm on Mr.Robot all of the time, I find myself studying these guides to help figure out what I should do, when, where and how.
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