|2.3 PTR - Mortick's bracers NEVER FORGET||June-23-2015 6:06 PM PDT (7 years ago)|
|Dont be a RetardedCookie... |
Dont test anything...
Dont call nothing OP....
Dont use optimized builds...
Dont post about itens on forum...
Remember Blizzard philosophy: Well tested itens for 2 months get removed, items everyone said are bad and noone give a **** will make it out of the PTR.
DON'T SCREW THE BARBARIAN CLASS AGAIN.
|2.3 PTR - Mortick's bracers NEVER FORGET||June-25-2015 12:03 PM PDT (7 years ago)|
|I'm surprised and a bit dismayed to see this thread. :/|
The vast majority of players have been great about creating carefully constructed feedback as we test patches, much of which has helped us improve the game. Obviously, we wouldn't ask for it if we didn't genuinely want to hear your thoughts.
Of course, it's totally fine to express disappointment about an item being removed on the PTR. At the same time, it's also important to remember that the entire purpose of a PTR is to tune patches so the final version is as balanced as it can be, so it's quite common for items to be pulled if they're unbalanced (as Mortick's Brace was).
Encouraging people to be deceptive in their play styles or falsify feedback is just plain not helpful. It works against one of the very goals of those who love competing on the Leaderboards: having as balanced a competitive gameplay environment as possible. Feedback about your disappointment in an item being removed, asking for better communication from the CMs (which we always strive to do!), or warning others to temper their expectations on the PTR? Those are all totally fair, if done respectfully.