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3-05-2012 @ 10:01AM
This adds to the feeling that destro is becoming a blue-bar caster-rogue in playstyle..This is making me want to hang up my warlock after going on 4 years of "hanging in there it will get better". Isn't demo going to be essentially roguish too with its demonic fury? I really hate the playstyle of rogues, I even leveled one. Out of 7 level 85's its my least played toon. I also agree with the first comment, Iamsooooo glad to have a new lock columnist, but this was a little scattered.
3-05-2012 @ 8:06PM
Well, besides the obvious illegitimate down voting that's going to happen to this comment as it did with the others that got down voted for absolutely no good reason which is akin to almost every comment that gets down voted on this site anyway due to people being ridiculous at the best of times, I'm going to have to agree that the article was a little bit hard to read. Admittedly, it was her first article and I wouldn't expect everything to be perfect or even completely worked out as far as "style" is concerned, but I also felt that it lacked flavor. It was a lot like reading patch notes. It was a lot of information, albeit thoroughly explained and easy to understand, but it wasn't much more. Before people go on the defensive about that, think about how all the other writers present their posts, they always have a lot of humor and flavor and aren't just 1500 words of pure information. I think she's off to a good start, and I'm not at all trying to say that it was a "bad" post by any means. I guess what really annoyed me is no one on this site is allowed to have an opinion about something unless it directly aligns with the majorities' opinion. Something that has always annoyed me, and probably always will, because people will never change.
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