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4-13-2011 @ 2:15AM
To Allison and the editorial staff of WoW Insider,This article is proof that this site needs more columns devoted to general interest. I have only one toon, and that is a rogue. The only reason I check out any class specific articles, besides Encrypted Text, is because I am sometimes able to pick up things that might help for pvp.But this article should not be limited to druids. Everyone should be reading this, and eagerly awaiting part 2.May I suggest that WoW Insider offer a column, no less than twice a week, that offers in-depth analysis and discussion about the game we love. The Queue and The Breakfast Topic are entertaining for quick snapshot, USA Today-type columns, but after that, only the patch notes deal with issues that affect all players.What I'm looking for is something that is less USA Today, and more NY Times. Something that addresses the current state of the game, how we got to this point, and analyzes the positives and negatives of the given situation. Allison's article could serve as the perfect template for what I would like to see more of, in a more general forum.All of your writers and contributers do such an excellent job on their particular columns, and I'm always entertained by the regular posters in the community. The only thing WoW Insider needs is a touch more substance in the general interest category.Thanks,Khir
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