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4-01-2012 @ 9:04AM
Technical details, like Talent changes, Ability alterations, changes to mechanics, professions, things like that I'm not bothered about - they generally increase your ability to play.But story lines and instance themes (where they break a story reveal), I'd prefer not to read about. I enjoy questing, and I like the storylines - but I prefer to experience them as the writers intended them to be experienced, not set out in a bulletpoint form that someone has knocked up for a website.Basically, if it's information I could learn by reading the relevant set of patch notes, then I'm fine with it being "spoiled". Otherwise, would rather not.So long as posts are sufficiently spoiler marked (such as the earlier Theramore video, which I did not look at), it's fine if people want to discuss it. I merely ask that the discussion be limited to those posts, so as to maintain the poster's spoiler warnings.
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