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2-15-2011 @ 5:11AM
While I am grateful to see ANY warlock column, I am disappointed that given the significant changes in gameplay and abilities we have seen in 4.0.6 there's no comment from the wow insider team. A good amount of work has gone into this post, but it is a fairly generic introduction to a raid boss with a few tweaks for a lock. The lock related content could have been much shorter and combined with the last set. It is frustrating that this is all we get when there are big changes to the class and the way every warlock plays. It doesn't even have to be someone particularly knowledgeable about the class to write something pertinent up. A quick trawl of the warlock and related forums would show the same issues and concerns being raised again and again. Just providing some discussion points on these would help stimulate the community. Combining some of the advice into a digestible column for the Insider crowd would help.I appreciate that there are issues for our regular columnist, but have you considered having a panel of people so the commitment is less intensive on one person and real life emergencies/absences are more easily covered? Perhaps ask for warlocks to contribute articles a la the Seed program and let your team review and feed back on them and publish the best ones? I am sure there are many people who would like to contribute, but cannot commit to being a full time columnist. Instead we feel like no one is bothered, which I suspect is not the case.
2-15-2011 @ 9:45AM
I have to agree with you Galaharenn. These posts, while helpful to an extent, are not that relevant for most of us out there or could be easily found elsewhere. For my shaman, i could easily go to one of the posts and see..Hey this is my caps i need, this is a rotation that might work, oh this is a tweak I could do. OH that's what they did to my healing! For the warlock...not so much. I think there are plenty of warlocks out there that would probably be more than happy to write something up for this site..not sure why this is such a difficult thing. There have been MAJOR changes to our class and not one peep from this site about it.
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