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1-24-2012 @ 11:09AM
Not just the warlock column but WoW Insider in general. It seems to me I'm getting less and less useful information from this blog as time goes by.It seems like a casual player wave has come by and swept away anything interesting for someone mildly hardcore (as incoherent as this expression may sound...). If you pay attention, all the opinions are focused on that now. A recent attempt in the opposite direction was the difficult encounter article.And I'm not one of those that usually complains about how casuals are ruining the game, I'm just saying WoW Insider is too biased.Apart from some of the more veteran class columnists, it's just bland or repeated gibberish.And the Warlock column has unfortunately been going downhill for quite some time now... I'm not sure Tyler plays his Warlock anymore or if he enjoys it at all, because it doesn't seem like it. Most recent columns seem to have been written in a rush like this one.
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