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1-08-2012 @ 6:25PM
I don't mean this to bash you or be disrespectful, but articles like this, detailing fights in the new heroics for a certain spec, aren't really helpful to much of anyone. The heroics themselves are not hard at all, and you don't need an intimate knowledge of any of the fights in any of them to be successful. I can definitely understand the site publishing an article detailing the mechanics of the new heroics for everyone, which I think it has, but having another entire article about the same thing just with a feral slant is, quite frankly, a waste of an article when you could be writing about something more helpful or interesting. It helps a very small amount of people and I just think you could be giving us something better. (Again, I don't mean to be rude or disrespectful because I know you worked hard on this and it is your column.)
1-08-2012 @ 7:16PM
By that logic the entire rogue column should be scrapped, as it benefits only a very small fraction of the player base.The author is serving the community that reads his column, as he should be.
1-08-2012 @ 10:08PM
Rogues aren't by any means a small part of the playerbase. And I've never seen a rogue column similar to this article. I'm just saying, he could be telling us something more helpful/useful.
1-09-2012 @ 4:07AM
so general, bland explanations of the fights are better then specific class points of interest for often-run puggable instances?oh hey, they have quick, general (even copy-paste-able) boss hints as a featured article too?So specific class guides and general all-in-one info on the same website? sounds like a fine job of reporting to me, but I'll just let you get back to taking this article out of context of the whole site . . . .
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