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4-23-2011 @ 6:14PM
Can you Totem Talk writers start talking about 4.1 changes. I'm getting annoyed with random articles like this one. We're experiencing tons of changes in 4.1, we're even getting a mega nerf to PvP for no reason (grounding totem 15s>25s), and all of you tend to avoid the topic. Worthless TT columnists need to get replaced
4-23-2011 @ 6:26PM
Um...? I'm sure there are about a million Shaman blogs talking about the 4.1 changes. This column is talking about levelling an enh Shaman, which may not be valuable for you but is valuable for a lot of people who are thinking about/are levelling one. I'm certain the columnists take requests into account, but not when the comment is phrased like that. There's no reason to be a jerk - if you want them to discuss 4.1 changes you can say that, but there's no need to be insulting.
4-23-2011 @ 6:31PM
U mad, bro?
4-23-2011 @ 11:00PM
We're not avoiding the topic. All of our posts need to be submitted at least a day and a half to two days prior to the date they actually go up, and at the time this post was being written there was no confirmation that patch 4.1 was being released this Tuesday. Rather than write a post about 4.1 weeks before the patch is actually released, we'll be writing about 4.1 changes next week when they're actually relevant.
4-24-2011 @ 2:40AM
Well it would appear you are already informed on 4.1 changes, so why do you need the columnists to cover it?
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