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Taliesin and Evitel are hosting a discussion with Game Director Ion Hazzikostas and Principal Narrative Designer Steve Danuser on the official Warcraft account's Twitter Space (Twitter's meeting service), and anyone can submit a question over here! The event starts today, April 27th, at 9 AM PST / 6PM CET.

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Ah yes, the biggest shill out there. Get ready for the bootlicking, boys

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25 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

Ah yes, the biggest shill out there. Get ready for the bootlicking, boys

damn truth right here T and E got them tongues ready 

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26 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

Ah yes, the biggest shill out there. Get ready for the bootlicking, boys

Id rather be a shill for a game I love playing, than toxic pOs writing salty comments about ppl that actually benefit the community.

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2 minutes ago, Bambiprsi said:

Id rather be a shill for a game I love playing, than toxic pOs writing salty comments about ppl that actually benefit the community.

Ion and Steven don't seem like the guys who enjoy the game anymore though. Has Ion benefitted the community in shadowlands? maybe, but that depends on whether you were in the group saying all along that they want convenat switches, tier sets and what not that got implemented in the the last patches.

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34 minutes ago, Andser said:

Ion and Steven don't seem like the guys who enjoy the game anymore though. Has Ion benefitted the community in shadowlands? maybe, but that depends on whether you were in the group saying all along that they want convenat switches, tier sets and what not that got implemented in the the last patches.

And let's not even talk about Steve XD

 

But yeah yOu'Re JuSt ToXiC

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2 hours ago, Dejo93 said:

And let's not even talk about Steve XD

 

But yeah yOu'Re JuSt ToXiC

its really amazing how people like you guy are in every community. only complaining over the game, the devs and what not but you low live still stick around

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6 hours ago, Dejo93 said:

Ah yes, the biggest shill out there. Get ready for the bootlicking, boys

Exactly.

T: How awesome is Dragonflight going to be?

Ion: Really awesome.

T: EEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

End of interview. 

 

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4 hours ago, N3ilo said:

its really amazing how people like you guy are in every community. only complaining over the game, the devs and what not but you low live still stick around

There is a breaking point after you play a game for long enough where you will dismiss any progress made by the developers because they just implemented multiple *filtered* systems over and over. Most people around me (me partially as well) left after Legion / during BfA after they got tired of Activision bullshit with artifact power grinds and what not. Legion M+ was the last time blizzard added a large competitive and fun feature, pulling multiple packs and melting through them while still having interactive bosses was fun, until in BfA they decided to make every pack a cancer fest and limit player CC.

There are just two outcomes after you realize all of this, either you leave and see the game for what it became, or keep yourself in denial and shill whatever the newest thing is without comparison to the former enjoyability of content. If they go 1 step ahead and then 2 back with every new expansion this is how it ends.

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Steve Danuser, I wonder what this guy came up with next. How this guy is still the main writer, is beyond me (well, other than having friends in right places). It's always weird to me, how people who don't care about building up the lore and any consistency become writers. If you don't care about fictional world, you shouldn't be a writer. Simple.

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52 minutes ago, Andser said:

There is a breaking point after you play a game for long enough where you will dismiss any progress made by the developers because they just implemented multiple *filtered* systems over and over. Most people around me (me partially as well) left after Legion / during BfA after they got tired of Activision bullshit with artifact power grinds and what not. Legion M+ was the last time blizzard added a large competitive and fun feature, pulling multiple packs and melting through them while still having interactive bosses was fun, until in BfA they decided to make every pack a cancer fest and limit player CC.

There are just two outcomes after you realize all of this, either you leave and see the game for what it became, or keep yourself in denial and shill whatever the newest thing is without comparison to the former enjoyability of content. If they go 1 step ahead and then 2 back with every new expansion this is how it ends.

Liking something you don't like doesn't mean you're in denial.

You've presented no objective truth over which one can delude themselves.

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7 hours ago, N3ilo said:

its really amazing how people like you guy are in every community. only complaining over the game, the devs and what not but you low live still stick around

 

To be fair and offer perhaps a different viewpoint, some people are overly critical of a product out of passion, not pettiness.

Sometimes fans seem harsh on a product, but it's because those fans know the glory the product either can deliver, or used to deliver.

Some of that criticism is either valid, or sometimes it's needed, otherwise acceptance of mediocrity can lead to stagnation.

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On 4/27/2022 at 11:11 AM, Bambiprsi said:

Id rather be a shill for a game I love playing, than toxic pOs writing salty comments about ppl that actually benefit the community.

How is calling someone a pos not toxic? 

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6 hours ago, VictorVakaras said:

How is calling someone a pos not toxic? 

im not calling anyone pos, thou im not toxic. I just said id rather be shill for a game i love than toxic moron

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