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2-13-2011 @ 2:28PM
Question, when are we going to get a Protection article? I know we get the Holy once a week, but all the others have been Ret.
2-13-2011 @ 2:47PM
Ret article guy also writes the prot articles, so if you're interested in when another is coming along you should ask him =). Chase only does holy articles.
2-13-2011 @ 3:02PM
@Saeadame I know the ret and prot are the same guy, I was just asking more of a general question rather than specifically regarding this article. I was wondering if anyone knew why there have been no prot articles.
2-13-2011 @ 3:07PM
Why is it that on every Paladin article, someone has to ask when an article from the other writer will come? Not trying to bash you Guy, just asking.
2-13-2011 @ 3:44PM
Every single week, this question is asked, and there is an answer... every single week. Not sure how people who are expecting certain articles can't see this. The guy that does the prot/ret articles has been having some issues at home and he's had to take an extended sabbatical. He'll be back soon, but it's hard to say exactly when. Can we please stop wasting space with these questions now?
2-13-2011 @ 10:41PM
For the love of all things Holy, please, I'm begging you on plated knees, don't get a clue on who writes what. Otherwise, all I get are comments that I generally read on Blizzard's forums. O_
2-13-2011 @ 10:46PM
Harvoc, I was the guy that asked about the Holy article when there was a Ret article last week. ;)I do like these Holy articles, even without a tankadin or loret (both of my specs) article showing up every week.Chase knows his stuff, it is very apparent. His info seems pretty comprehensive, clear, and accurate.Almost makes me want to heal. Almost.
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