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1-10-2012 @ 5:29PM
If I read more class-specific guide to something I am going to barf. For every (example) DK - specific article like this one is that supposed to mean that 9 more just like are also due? A guide to LFR is very useful. A role-specific guide to LFR is even handy, but one for every class is just unnecessary. If the WI editors can take a look at the confluence of articles that are brought to this site a try to pare it down that would be awesome.
1-10-2012 @ 5:51PM
Every class has unique approaches to the different encounters, and this is a great way to learn about the tips and tricks that you might not otherwise pick up. Sorry you're not enjoying this series, but I am, even as someone who doesn't play DKs - it helps me better understand what my fellow plate-wearing-DPS might be doing during any of these given encounters!
1-10-2012 @ 5:55PM
I could not agree LESSSpecific guides are better than general one's. People come here to learn about all sorts of things - including class specific information. A young death knight only has to click on "death knight" under the class tab, and they will be presented with pages of information on everything from specs, rotations, and LFR class strategies. Who in their right mind wants LESS information?If it doesn't interest you, DON'T READ IT. "Sorry WoWInsider, you're getting WAY too specific and through for my tastes." Lawl
1-10-2012 @ 6:05PM
I don't even seriously play my DK, and I'm happy about this guide. I finally got the chance to do this part of the raid on my ret pally last night, and I wish I could have read this guide first. It would have been better than reading the "helpful" advice of 24 jerks who spent most of the raid bitching about anything and everything.
1-11-2012 @ 5:13AM
I just dont see any dk specific tips on this guide =/
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