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Blood Pact: Soul sticks and soul carrots {WoW}

Mar 12th 2012 10:49PM Excellent post, and welcome to WoWInsider. I'm looking forward to more well-written Blood Pacts.

Raid Rx: What the -- more beta healing changes? {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 2:35AM Thank you for that pancakes and Angus, that was great

Enter to win a Blazing Hippogryph and other loot {WoW}

Jul 28th 2010 1:53AM Just chiming in

The Twelve Days of Winter Veil: Day one loot code giveaway {WoW}

Jan 2nd 2010 6:44PM Just posting for a chance

Dear Blizzard : Server issues {WoW}

Feb 24th 2008 9:25PM I agree with the other commenters on the low quality of this post. If your readers are interested enough in the game to follow Warcraft blogs it's likely that they read the official forums as well. Sifting those forums for good posts is quite difficult given the flood of "BLIZZ PLZ READ" and "NEED BLUE!!!1!" threads that contain little more than personal complaints. I think the negative reactions you've received for this post may be due to your use of those same trappings: the phrase "Dear Blizzard," the implication of wrongdoing or negligence on their part because they don't inform their entire customer base of their internal troubleshooting, and especially bringing up the "$15/mo" argument.

I come to this site because of the breaking news and thoughtful analysis found in many of the good posts and columns. It's a refreshing break from the flame wars and incessant QQ on the forums. Please consider that before making another post like this one.

Wowhead adds new item links {WoW}

Dec 3rd 2007 10:29PM Another method for item links is a mod called Linkerator. Just type the name of the item in square brackets and it will become a real item link. It even does autocompletion if you start typing the name of an item.

Patch 2.3 and you: Druid Edition {WoW}

Sep 26th 2007 8:52PM Regarding the +spell damage added to +healing items: does this apply only to items that are strictly +healing, or does it include items that have +damage and +healing? In other words, if the item has both spell damage and healing already will it still see a spell damage increase?

Thanks for any clarification you can give.