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3-14-2011 @ 4:06PM
Fix the title:"Blizzard gives same answers to your questions in Ask the Devs Q&A they have been given last 5 years"
3-14-2011 @ 4:22PM
This. Really disappointing once again. Atleast its more often than twice a year (one of them in blizzcon) "Will we get more room in bags!""Why wont you just seperate pvp/pve""Tabards for keyrings?""Will we get new char models?"Then quite few "hows pvp balance in arena/my class?".Le sigh.
3-14-2011 @ 4:46PM
If you dont want the devs to answer the same questions over and over then stop asking the same questions over and over. Instead of whining and putting the blame on the devs, you should just come up with your own 'interesting' question to ask.To be fair, not all of them were the same questions. I really liked the Paladin mastery question (which was the subject of a Chase Christian article yesterday) and the Druid execute question.Seriously guys, the devs are not required to do this for you and yet they still do it for the community. So stop acting like entitled bastards and just appreciate what is given to you instead of whining and complaining all the time./endrant
3-14-2011 @ 4:53PM
Oh when did we get a time machine?Felt like 2006 all over again. Only them the issues were 4 years younger. So basically expect nothing.
3-14-2011 @ 5:02PM
I honestly fail to see how it is Blizzard's fault that people can't seem to get these answers through their heads.The guy below this accurately pointed out that they did, in fact, answer most of the top ranked questions. They took the most popular questions and answered them, which is exactly what they said they would do... They didn't say they'd skip over the same questions they've been asked 900 times.
3-14-2011 @ 5:45PM
1. Re-iterated points in a blog format that, previously, they've only answered in the needle-in-the-haystack we call the "General Discussion Forums".2. Specified how they want to "clean up" Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King questing, not just that they want to do it.3. Specified how they're going to approach the next Archeology update, not just that they want to do it.4. Implied they might make Rated Battlegrounds more "casual friendly".5. Implied they'll be upping the reward output of Rated Battlegrounds.6. Touched on some Death Knight and Paladin masteries, as well as Boomkin and Hunter concerns.7. Explained their thought on Guild Cauldrons for healers.I give this one a B+ and look forward to the next Q&A.
3-14-2011 @ 5:49PM
@SkyI do agree on that somewhat, maybe not that rudely mind you.I did ask the same what I asked in queue (ZA and ZG as 20-30 instances) but I guess noone really got intrested on those, sadly.. I really wanted their opinion how much they will add low level dungeons too.But like I said, good thing this will be "weekly" feature not like those "Ask devs hosted by best buy!" or "by twitter" that they do maybe once a year.Intrested to see how this builds up, I guess I dont mind getting old questions out of the way first. If this was one of those "once a year" types then I would whine even more. Also I totally forgot about the "most upvoted" part, my bad.Just remember to thumbs up good questions in the blog posts too, not just post questions in future then
3-14-2011 @ 5:52PM
@kala and ENOUGH,Nobody was really asking about updated character models, tabards, etc. 5 years ago. That was still Vanilla. Try cutting down on the extreme exaggerations.
3-14-2011 @ 8:07PM
Huh. People keep asking the same questions, and are FURIOUS that they continue to get the same answer. Gee, guys, I'm sorry the answer to your pet questions wasn't "It's going on the PTR tomorrow!" which I'm sensing is the only answer you would have been happy with.There is a list of things that some of the players want that's low on the priority list, but not impossible. It'll always be that way. Tough.
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