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3-01-2011 @ 8:12AM
I stumbled across this place about 6 months ago when I started my new job. I've worked for this company a few times now and each time I've come back the place has a new, more severe internet filter. It has managed to slowly weed out every method of proxy avoidance that I've thrown at it. Then while looking for updated patch notes and clicking each and every link google could throw at me, one answered my plea - WoW Insider.There were the patch notes I wanted and beneath them sat a wonderful mix of comments - some insightful and considered and others that appealed to my extremely nerdy sense of humour. Ever since that afternoon, I have logged on daily and read pretty much everything the website has on offer, even things that have nothing to do with my regularly-played classes. It has given me a new insight into class mechanics that I had no knowledge of before. Sure, I knew anything you could wish to know about Rogue's and regularly kept up to date on them at all the usual spots, but ask me which abilities a Resto Shaman and Marksmanship Hunter was using? Not a clue.That has all changed now, making me (I like to think) a more well-rounded and knowledgeable player and I have the writers and users of WoW Insider to thank for that.Cheers guys.
3-01-2011 @ 1:57PM
I like to know every thing about all the classes that I can. It lets me play my legion of alts better and I can answer mire questions in case people need help.
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