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1-20-2011 @ 9:13PM
No one understands this better than the dataminers themselves, which is why Boubouille prefaces all of his datamining posts with this (or something similar):"keep in mind that datamining isn't an exact science, if you're not sure about a change and if it's not in the official patch notes, wait for a confirmation from a blue poster before you whine about it."I suppose it's asking too much to expect people to actually read that, though.
1-20-2011 @ 9:47PM
People tend to have issues checking if there's already a thread they could post about their idea/complaint in (even when it's a sticky), so it's not overly surprising to me that people don't read that.Though personally I tend to prefer to just look at the patch notes for spell changes.
1-21-2011 @ 10:46AM
Reading comprehension is all sorts of fail with WoW players (and everyone else in the world nowadays) it seems. Just look at the Paragon downing of Sinestra thread on MMO. There's still people today saying it was done through the Dark Simulacrum bug, even though it's clearly posted on the main page that the bug was encountered and fixed while they were still doing their attempts, and the final Recount screenshots show it didn't happen :/
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