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11-09-2011 @ 11:26AM
I thought this was a great service that WoW Insider provided, and I am sorry that it is going away, at least in its official form.Coordination is difficult, publicity is difficult, consistency is difficult, but seeing an experienced player dealing with the same basic choices we all have to make is a great idea. And the idea of putting the readers in control added an interesting hook.Adding three additional staff members to the routine was a mistake though. Robin has a great presence and way of explaining the game to beginners that made watching these sessions worthwhile. Throwing in other zany writers as anything more than cameos just diluted the interest too much.I will keep showing up for Roblinator adventures as I am able, but this feature actually ended when she stopped being the principle character.
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