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3-27-2012 @ 1:22PM
And you'd prefer an environment where they never comment outside of official announcements? Maybe from now on, they shouldn't talk about anything they're working on until it's in patch note."This kind of thing" is always the fault of the hyperbolic players who take any statement from anyone at any level in the company as a guarantee that a feature will be implemented exactly as they see it in their minds, next week. The original statement about green fire made it very clear that it was something that they'd like to do, but weren't working on yet. If they're not working on it yet, you can probably expect that it won't show up until after we get the stuff they are working on. Anyone who built up an expectation otherwise has no one but themselves to blame for their disappointment.
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