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4-05-2011 @ 4:37PM
Though I think these articles are very informative, it's extremely late in the expansion to be doing pre-raid guides. I can't imagine that this is very pertinent for the vast majority of players who read regularly. I think hard-mode information would be much more useful to many more readers.
4-05-2011 @ 4:54PM
the reader base covers all people, and there are actually quite a few people who either just leveled their shaman to 85 and want to start raid healing, or have recently main switched. Gotta get something in there for everyone. Don't worry I'll be covering hard modes as well. I do have a plan!
4-05-2011 @ 5:39PM
Some of us, myself included, have yet to set foot into normal mode raids, let alone hard modes. I very much appreciate these guides.
4-05-2011 @ 7:40PM
"Late in the expansion"? It's only been out a few months, and the first major content patch (4.1) hasn't even dropped yet! And considering that the next tier of raiding isn't going to be rolling in until 4.2, covering the basics like this is a totally appropriate thing to do, in my own opinion.As someone who recently got a new shaman up to 85 and has been hitting up 5-man instances so far, I appreciate the guide—thanks, Joe!
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