Oct 1st 2010 8:02PM This site generates revenue by ads that we as a people see and interact with. If we did not read it's content, they do not get money generated by us being here. We can choose to take our business elsewhere.
Perhaps customer was the wrong word, perhaps I should of used fan.
See, the thing is, he didn't have to answer that question at all, he could of ignored it and not been rude. Instead he made the conscience choice to pick out this particular person and insult him in front of the readership. Just because you have the power to be a jerk, doesn't mean you have to use it.
But whatever, this is it, I'm done.
Oct 1st 2010 3:11PM The person that posed the question was bit demanding, but the response insults the other people that enjoy the vanilla style of play which is different then BC or WotLK.
People play old games all the time, not just for nostalgia but also because they feel the older product is superior to the new stuff. One can easily argue how healing in WotLK is boring and no challenge to it, especially compared to Vanilla; maybe some people just like that kind of challenge.
It's just bad customer service to insult a customer, regardless of what you think of their attitude, opinion or request.
Oct 1st 2010 2:46PM Regardless of how the question was posed, you don't need to lower yourself by insulting someone, just feeds the trolls.
Oct 1st 2010 2:34PM "Yes -- you get an entirely new 1-60 experience in vanilla regardless of whether you're buying Cataclysm or not, so it's easier and more fun to hit that six-year-old, obselete-for-three-expansions level cap."
Really? You had to include the last part? Your answer would of been fine without the zing. More fun is just your opinion, not fact, and why are you knocking someone for the way they enjoy a game they pay for? I'm rather disappointed in how this was answered and lost a bit of respect of Michael Sacco and Wow insider for this.
You may shake your head at the people that like playing the old way, but that's no reason to disrespect them.
Sep 29th 2010 5:48PM Druid: Yuck, I just do not like the look of this molting dead bird. Is the armor crying for the loss of Tree of Life form? I'm just thankful I'm in another form most of the time, except now when I'm healing... guess no more healing for me.
Rogue: Hey, I'm a stealthy class, but I have my high beams on, check it out! Spot light on my head! Oh, my helm? Well, it's just a metal bar wrapped around my head by a warrior that got tired of me stealing aggro.
Warlock: Purple glow effect cool, like the shoulder, but that helm? A sack over your head with some horns? Is it just me, or do the horns remind anyone else of the symbol of Tzeentch (Warhammer Chaos God of Magic)?
Warrior Helm: I wonder what it's going to look like on a Worgen...
Sep 24th 2010 6:21PM True, but if you take the comment in context of the paragraph, it seems to be about leveling 80-85, which would be vastly different then leveling before then.
Sep 24th 2010 5:11PM This may be more of a question for Mathew Rossi then the Queue; how viable would it be to level 1-85 as protection spec in Cataclysm compared to the other specs? I did it 1-60 in vanilla then 60-70* after TBC came out and am wondering if I should do it again with a new race or should I try a different spec for leveling.
*He hasn't gotten past 70.
Sep 23rd 2010 6:14PM I am in the same boat as Architect; I look at the changes to druid healing and cringe, but look at the healing changes to shamans and think it could be fun.
Sep 15th 2010 1:17PM They exchange to justice points; 1 triumph is worth 2.75 justice points, 1 frost is worth 2.75 justice points. You do not need a one to one ratio of triumph and frost to get the points, just both badges are worth the same amount of points.