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12-08-2011 @ 9:57PM
This will probably be the last time I post anything on Wow Insider for a long time. Not because of the replies to my comment or the voting down of my comment. In fact, I was not going to respond anymore to this thread but I just saw what Wow Insider "tweeted" about this post."Have you checked out our latest take on that whole "Horde favoritism" thing yet? You should."Really? Was this article or series about Horde favoritism? Or was this series supposed to be ideas to flesh out alliance leaders.With this tweet and other unbalanced articles like http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/11/30/know-your-lore-the-war-begins/I am beginning to question the sincerity of this post and of Wow insider in general.Did you write this because you guys actually feel this way or are you just trying to make the commenters fight because you guys feel it will make more "hits" on your site?I am hoping its the first, but I am beginning to think it's the second.If so, this is seriously unprofessional and quite frankly not a site I want to waste anytime with. Other sites report what is going on with Warcraft without going out of their way to inflame their readers. I used to tell the players I raid with to refer to here about any news but not anymore. I will keeping my eye on Wow insider but unless I start seeing some better professionalism on this site I think I will be going elsewhere for my Warcraft news.
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