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4-25-2011 @ 4:20PM
I love your writing and your ability to raid.I don't like that all of your columns in the last month are just complaining about X spec.
4-25-2011 @ 6:00PM
Specs are not perfect, and if you expect writers to simply write about unicorns and double rainbows and how awesomesauce a spec is, then you're not getting the whole story, much less an article on any sort of regular basis. Let's face it, even the best spec in the game could be better with a few tweaks here and there. Providing the whole story, both what's good and what's not so good, is what a journalist should do.In this case, the past few articles were specifically written to provide the side that's not so good and includes things that need tweaking in the eyes of the writer.
4-25-2011 @ 7:57PM
I thank you for the compliment. I am not "complaining" about the specs per say as I am pointing out what flaws they currently have. Their damage levels or viability is rather irrelevant to that, more so it is the mechanics of the specs themselves. Nothing in this game is perfect, all things can be improved in one way or another. This is a method of looking at those things which need that improvement. None of the warlock specs are broken nor in terrible shape, but all of them can be improved.
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