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12-20-2010 @ 9:27PM
@Grovin, I think the issue is more that people have been QQing about the resto articles for ages. Whenever ANY druid article goes up, SOMEONE on there goes "where's the _____ article, I haven't seen it in a MONTH". I'm a resto druid MAIN and I, frankly, find it incredibly annoying. It's one thing to ask about that on the druid articles themselves, but people seem to, even after having received an answer like "oh, she must have something going on in her life" on other posts (even if you don't write those particular comments, they are there for you to see and read), take it upon themselves to write in other, often completely unrelated articles (like, for instance, this one, which may be about healing but that's about all it has in common with resto druids) asking silly questions that have been asked several times before and answered with "I'm sorry, she's not in touch, I don't know." Shocking news for you: the answer is still "I don't know" even though you're posting on the priest column instead of the Raid Rx column or the Queue or the Boomkin articles. It's STILL "I. Don't. Know." and people continuing to ask incessant questions about it isn't going to change that.
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