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1-20-2011 @ 9:06PM
If we did not complain about things before they implement them, we would have ended up with a lot more of these 'examples' of things that never went live that would have actually gone live. Some nerfs are necessary, my resto druid not being able to heal through burst damage while being more than geared for regular dungeons was avoidable and an example of times the community isn't being a giant cry baby, they actually effed up.
1-20-2011 @ 9:32PM
Still I'd guess that the adjustments and changes they make to stuff that's not even live yet are more due to internal testing rather than uproar from the community. Sometimes changes do coincide with the uproar but I really don't think they happen because of it. They'd never get anything live if that was the case.
1-20-2011 @ 10:27PM
You assume the correlation between the amount of QQ and fixes have a causation.How about they are both caused by the same thing?
1-21-2011 @ 11:11AM
@wow You're so right, they are both caused by Blizzard effing up. trollololol@Res I'm sure it's a little of both that ends up affecting what goes live and what never makes it. There are plenty of things the community QQs over and Blizzard still rolls them out... Normally Blizzard is able to see whether or not our QQing has any merit, and when it does they normally fix it ASAP (even though my druid could have been fixed by now, at least they're doing that next patch).
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