...The Sacred Flame isn't a Shaman class quest at all, it's a universal Horde quest. And the Fire totem isn't the third totem, it's the second.
Hi, I'm sorry to come off topic here, but I don't know a better place to express myself as I don't really use Twitter or Discord or any other social media. I could send a e-mail (yes, I'm 31 and I don't like social media), if I knew wich one to use to complain. I'd be glad to go for that way. But what I'd like to say is that I really wish you guys on WoW-Head could use the Classic Version to post Classic news and keep the BFA version for the regular stuff, like the news from live game (or retail, as you wish), other blogs posts (like The Weekly Reset), RTP news and datamining, guides, promotions, other Blizzard news, etc. And even one or other Classic news if trully relevant for the whole WoW community.The way the blog is running right now is really flooding with a bunch of news who really concerns only a part of the community. There are days that we have several posts of Classic Server Queue Times! And you guys have opened a separate blog only to them, where no retail posts shows up! Why then put all the Classic posts on the BFA/retail page?I hope I have made my point clear. Again, sorry if I went off topic, but if you must delete or suppress this comment, please, at least take it into consideration as a constructive criticism. Cheers!
You can hide Classic news in the drop down menu above the news, on Wowhead BFA. What are you talking about ..?
i asked that they keep classic new on reddit to the classic reddit page, and the mod gave me a week long ban for "inciting a divide between the players."
Now that you mentioned, the major part of what I said was adressed. I didn't know (or maybe forgot) that I could hide the kind of news I don't want to see. However, the last bit of my comment remains valid, as the WoW Head Team could keep the main page with the general posts and even now and then a Classic post by default.On the other hand, hidding the Classic news exposes another problem: the lack of different content other than Classic WoW right now. Doing so the blog which usually has 12 posts by page shows, at the moment, 3 posts on the first page (remembering today is reset day), 2 on pages 2 and 3, 5 on page 4, 3 on 5, only 1 on 6 and so on... Remembering that everyday we have the "Today on Nazjatar/Mechagon.." post. If we take it off the math the numbers are even worse.Obviously the moment is for Classic WoW. The World First Race for the current content has ended, there's no major e-sports challenge (I believe), new patch is a bit far on the horizon... But this is not the first time we live moments like these. People used to post guides, article series like lore, economy and other subjects and even tips for Mythic+ runs and more, you name it.My point is that even if I close my eyes for the Classic posts, they are consuming time and effort from the WoW Head Team. Like I said previously, I don't want to sound pickly. I'm just pointing out a fact that I'm observing for the past weeks that seems negative to me. Of course I don't speak for everyone, but maybe others share this view so I thought it would be worth saying.