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2-23-2011 @ 2:02PM
Chase I'm sorry, I'm usually a strong advocate for your columns, but this one is awful. It doesn't have any real information and even the way you wrote it is kind of bad. (sorry just being honest)
2-23-2011 @ 2:33PM
Sorry, going to have to agree. Terrible this week; almost a me me boast post.
2-23-2011 @ 2:38PM
I see nothing wrong with this article. Your criticism is vague and lacking substance. Everybody has an opinion but, maybe an example or two of what you think is so bad, and maybe something you would do to make it better?
I appreciate ALL feedback! Thank you.I honestly don't really know what to write about PvP. It's so dynamic and reactionary, it's impossible to actually provide any information outside of "use your spells to counter their spells, unless something else happens". I had a lot of requests to cover a PvP topic, so I tried to talk about how I've been playing my rogue in PvP, depending on my spec. I rotate between sub / combat / assassination, and so I try to play the role of whatever spec I have at the moment. I don't really know what PvP advice people are looking for, or how to provide it. I have always seen PvP as a very personal endeavor, and what works for me may not work for anyone else.
2-23-2011 @ 2:47PM
While you're allowed to have a negative opinion, think how it would your comment feel if someone was talking about something you wrote. Would be nice to have specific details as to what is bad. Saying something is bad because you don't agree with it isn't enough
2-23-2011 @ 3:52PM
Hate to jump on the bash bandwagon but to say rogues have endless lockdowns when they all got reduced to a duration of 8 seconds is a bit of a miss. In all fairness this was an accross the board nerf to all CC abilities in PvP. I do think its an awesome idea to speak about roles in PvP. Even in bigger battlegrounds. Rogues or any CC class can also be great heal protectors. Chase you have given us some brilliant articles so that's why people might be a little hard on you for this one. You set the bar really high :)
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