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7-21-2011 @ 3:26PM
Really? A list of hunter resources? In the midst of every other column on this site helping people with 4.2 content and gear, you're compiling a list of hunter resources?I mean, not that a list isn't helpful, but it seems like the sort of thing you do when there's a dearth of new content to talk about, not when there are tons of cool new stuff to review.
7-21-2011 @ 3:50PM
Actually, what he did was give the hunters 15 places to look to find that new information that they need, instead of getting one person's opinion. And the patch has been out for several weeks, there isnt that much that still needs to be covered at this point.
7-21-2011 @ 4:33PM
Then it was a missed opportunity. I'd rather get an experienced hunter's perspective on current content encounters than discussions about talent trees that, in the end, make no difference. They're good discussions to have, don't get me wrong, but they're just not what I want to read when I see other classes getting boss breakdowns from the resident experts.But as you said, it's too late now. The content has been done by most, covered by many others. It was a missed opportunity.
7-21-2011 @ 4:37PM
15 sources of info > 1 source of info
7-21-2011 @ 4:39PM
As I mentioned in another comment, hunter-specific boss breakdowns were something I did in Wrath that were pretty massively unpopular here on Scattered Shots. I gave it a try in Cataclysm with the first few bosses with similar results. Given the stats I'd prefer to spend my time writing something that a larger number of people will read. However, I know Morynne over at Marks-365 posts boss strats regularly.
7-21-2011 @ 5:27PM
So Frostheim, would boss strategy breakdowns submitted through SEED ever get posted, or would those too fall under "not popular enough" even if someone else put in the effort?
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