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How do they review what isn't out
Same way reporting happens. They say something is/did/might happen, give us a very long recap, then they tell us what they think/predict and then it gets sold to Forbes (or hosted on their own ad revenue generating site) despite having no information in it.
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This is in the playtest discussion board, during the playtest, I figured that that would be enough. And if it wasn't, the YT video says playtest too.
In any case, its long past my ability to edit.
I wanted to link it because those guys pointed out several things that aren't being discussed *at all* here.
|Angel Hunter D|
Martialmasters wrote:How do they review what isn't outSame way reporting happens. They say something is/did/might happen, give us a very long recap, then they tell us what they think/predict and then it gets sold to Forbes (or hosted on their own ad revenue generating site) despite having no information in it.
Well, they are reviewing the Playtest classes, much the way we are in the forums. They just have a wider audience :)
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I think that some of the criticisms they had match a few of the concerns we’ve been debating over the last week.
I though that Perram’s opinion on how the nerf hammer was really wielded this time around, to the point that some restrictions just did not make sense, to be very accurate.
They honestly were right on the money for how I feel.
There is so much interesting stuff that could be fun. And than the place it behind a bunch of needless chains for no real reason.
There was no misunderstanding or misinformation. They read the playtest, saw all the wonky action economy issues of the Magus with their Wonky. All the Wonky spells slot stuff. And touched upon the Summoner going from "all about customization" to "basically nothing".
All things that are 100% true with the Playtest.