Jan 23rd 2010 10:09PM Druids can't dispel diseases. Shaman, priests and paladins can. How difficult is it to look this stuff up at WoWHead before you post?
Jan 23rd 2010 8:44PM The thing is, I proofed a friend's application. It was not only professional and complete, but the sample article and letter to Blizzard about holy paladins showed how knowledgeable my friend is about her class. Not only that, my friend is a full-time university student with tons of free time.
I don't know what to think and I believe that my friend is more than a little ticked off -- not just for herself, but because a rogue is going to represent the class and spec she plays.
Jan 23rd 2010 6:53PM They haven't hired any new holy paladin columnist. It's Chase Christian. You can listen to the WoW Insider show for confirmation. He didn't say it would be a shared column or that he'd be working with anyone.
They DID confirm that for the OTHER positions, they are in touch with the candidates and so if you didn't get contacted, you didn't get the position.
So how 'bout you do your research first before you jump to the defense of these people who just wasted a LOT of people's time?
Jan 23rd 2010 5:17PM So not only are you not hiring a new holy paladin columnist, but the new holy writer is the guy who does rogue columns? His bio does not inspire confidence.
"He also plays several alts, usually with comical results."
Mar 24th 2009 7:22PM It astounds me how little research actually goes into most of these articles. How hard is it to actually go to wowhead and look up NPCs who are auctioneers and look at the cities they're in just to double-check your facts?
You may be online media, people, but you're still a form of journalism. Check your facts!