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4-21-2011 @ 9:46AM
As a player who has recently returned to WoW after a stint right after Wrath's release, I'm always now trying to sift through what site and sources are at least Cata-current and which are old.I'll see if I can round up some of my findings later and post them up. Actually, as an info research resource, WoW Insider suffers heavily from this. Which is only natural, of course, given that it IS a blog after all. But as someone who's understanding of the game was briefly introduced in a BC trial month, developed during a small Wrath stint (highest lvl was 60), and now being refined in Cata - reading the 101 and basics posts can be a job figuring out what is relevant and what is not.
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