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5-04-2011 @ 10:17AM
What a shame back to your old worthless phoned in column with neither any in depth information or insight of value. With all the people that are out of work , be careful your replacement might be here sooner then you think.
5-04-2011 @ 10:36AM
That's pretty harsh. How about you back up a nasty comment like that with some actual constructive criticism? Otherwise it's a worthless phoned-in post with no insight of value.
5-04-2011 @ 10:38AM
5-04-2011 @ 11:29AM
My job is to cover rogue news and information. There wasn't much rogue news or information in this patch, but how would you know that without reading this column? If you already read all the patches notes when we posted them and drooled over the gear lists on MMO-C, this will all be "old" content for you. There are a lot of rogues who don't always skip ahead to see what's coming next, and so I wanted to quickly explain what patch 4.1 means to them. I could write a "rogue's guide to ZA", "rogue's guide to ZG", "rogue's guide to ZA gear", "rogue's guide to ZG gear", etc but I find it's simpler to just stack all the new gear and dungeon info in one column (no fluff) and then get back to the regularly scheduled programming.
5-04-2011 @ 2:21PM
@Chase... While I definitely appreciate the condensed version of "The Zuls," I would also like to see, whenever you get the chance, a more in depth article, regarding specific strategies and stuff.I know wowinsider has those things, but maybe something specific to rogues?Also, I hope you understand that I do not share my fellow poster's opinion of the current article. I found it helpful and informative. Just trying to give you an idea for a future article that I'd like to see.
5-04-2011 @ 6:13PM
What are you talking about? I actually found it to be fairly insightful. I don't main a Rogue, but Chase's comments about the Flame Casters and Archons have actually got me thinking about trying something similar myself.
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