Claytons Post #10
A Clayton’s Post (The post you have when you aren’t having a post).
There are 3 things I feel like highlighting today, so without further procrastination…
When the WoWInsider induced storm swept over my blog this week, the most noticeable thing was the absence of comments.
Well near absence…
The one comment that hit my blog, that was a truly valuable comment (directed here, at the guide) was from Drayner.
Now, if you are interested in Twinking a level 19 Warlock, then this probably isn’t a bad place to start. However if you want to twink something else, or want to know more, then I would have to suggest you go pay Drayner a visit… please remember to thank & leave (positive constructive) comments while you are there.
Comments wont make or break a blogger (although some bloggers have broken down in the past under the weight of negative comments), but it sure puts a smile on our face, and spurs us on to do one more post.
2) Dual Spec Relativity
If you haven’t read it yet, get over there!
PS: Did you know that he uses one of those snazzy blog plugins (that WordPress.com doesn’t have for us freeloaders) that allows you to read his blog on a portable device? While I am thinking about it Saresa at Destructive Reach has just installed a similar plugin (and is running a “competition” too), so be sure to check her blog out from your iPhone or other portable device.
The closest you will get to reading my blog via a snazzy feature like that is to subscribe to it via a feedreader on your phone… the feed should give you the same look & feel.
Mmm something strange about that?
On maybe two counts…
- He has nothing to say?
- He isn’t a Warrior!
His interest in the change is related more to the unintentional nerf Mages receive rather than to the buff the Warrior.
Of course I particularly like the post not because he is talking amazingly rationally for someone with a Double Critical Q, but because he suggests it’s time to buff Fire Mages…
Gnomer and Out!
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