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6-16-2011 @ 5:17PM
Well one of the constant problems people will always disagree on is which questions got answered. With the Tank one, a lot of people felt some of the questions (like the one about Taunt missing...) shouldn't have been answered in the first place and were a "waste" of a question, but thanks to popular vote they got chosen, or at least got more attention than others. Then there's the issue of people asking about things Blizzard just isn't ready to talk about yet (usually with features people are wanting) so Blizz gives them some dodgy answer and people complain about it. They don't want to get people's hopes up too soon and ditch out later (Dance Studio? :P) but they also want to share some of the cool stuff they're doing, which puts them in a difficult position where people are always wanting more.Add to that the fact that a lot of people were just disappointed with the overall tone of them sessions (with some really valid, important questions being blown off and other lesser ones getting too much attention) and in the end everyone loses 'cuz no one's satisfied. I'll admit I thought the idea was kind of cool, but as a Bear tank after reading the last one I was pretty peeved about some of their responses. In a way, they were just creating more problems by saying anything than if they'd just kept their mouth shut and let the players speculate instead of affirming their fears that Bears aren't really cared for as much as other tanks. :P
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