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3-01-2011 @ 8:10AM
I'm not sure when I started reading WoW Insider, but I know that it's changed pretty much everything. This site has helped me with talent builds, ability rotations, achievements, reputations, and probably every other aspect of the game. I wouldn't be getting nearly as much out of WoW if not for this site - this place and Wowhead are part of the reason I've done as much as I have, and they're largely why I've actually gotten better at the game instead of still fumbling around and getting dozens of alts to level 20 or so before deleting them and trying something else.Also: the podcast. ^_^ Listened to it for the first time way back in the early Wrath era while beating the hell out of ogres for rep in Nagrand, been hooked ever since.Without this site and the awesome people working here, I wouldn't enjoy the game nearly as much. Thank you, everyone.
3-01-2011 @ 8:51AM
+1 on this - it's nice to have a site more geared toward casual reading. The EJ threads are great but they can be a *lot* of work to understand, adopt into your playstyle and available time etc.
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