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12-20-2010 @ 5:50PM
Mal - Wow.1. I am quite sure no one did anything that merits you calling them names.2. My main is not a resto; my alt is. I have a certain amount of research time which I devote to the needs of my primary toon. I only have a healer to help my guild, and just want to be able to manage her competently. I have very little time to put toward this, and had hoped that this site, which does an excellent job most of the time, could provide. Why is that? Because...3. No other site passes themselves off as a one-stop shop for class guidance the way this one does. As such it's a fair expectation that they will make sure each class and spec is covered in at least a rudimentary fashion. If/when they fail in this, there's no one to point it out but us, the readers. No, you don't get to knock people for doing their duty as members of this community.4. Any resto druid frequenting these pages can tell you of the frustration they've experienced at the total lack of resto content pertinent to Cataclysm. The last worthwhile post for restos was around patch 4.0.1, before several rounds of beta and PTR changes, such that there is zero relevant content here for us currently.5. Someone directed me to Tree Bark Jacket within the last two weeks. What was there went something like, "I've started a Cataclysm resto guide, but I think it makes more sense to wait a few weeks than put out something that feels rushed and incomplete". I wasn't aware of Restokin, so maybe your posts isn't completely devoid of merit.6. Rest assured, as soon as there's any valid complaint from you that a particular class and spec has been completely ignored for several months, I'll be the first in line to tell you, "there there, you poor little boy. Why not run along and look somewhere else and stop annoying the civilized folk? There's a good lad." Not because that's how I deal with others generally, but quite specifically because it's you.
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