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9-27-2011 @ 9:31PM
"Part Two of this blog will explain our intent behind the final changes."So the classes that aren't mentioned are going to have to wait until after 4.3 launch to hear their explanations? That kind of sucks.
9-27-2011 @ 10:07PM
"You'll also notice some classes aren't mentioned at all. It's possible we're just happy with them, but it's more likely we just haven't gotten to them yet. We don't want to hold a PTR until every single thing is done, because that minimizes test time."If there's not a lot to talk about it makes sense that he'd focus on the changes rather than what's staying the same.
9-27-2011 @ 11:18PM
So in several patch 4.3 updates, you whined about there being no news of class changes. Now that news about class changes is released, you whine because there isn't enough.There really is no pleasing some people.
9-28-2011 @ 5:09AM
"So in several patch 4.3 updates, you whined about there being no news of class changes. Now that news about class changes is released, you whine because there isn't enough."I'm not whining there isn't enough news. Saying something like "god damn GC wtf are the rest of mah changes!?" That would be whining that there isn't enough.I'm saying that when the classes that have "coming soon" beneath their headers do receive their changes it sounds like GC isn't going to do another one of these explanation blogs for them until much, much later (in his blog concerning the finalized changes, thus right before/after the launch of the patch). That is what I'm "whining" about.
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