Stop removing the TankSpot videos. Deadeye1138 (talk) 21:00, 22 April 2009 (UTC)Deadeye1138

They are not removed. Only the title changes, its 25-man or 10-man, not a "10-man by <xxx>"
Loremaster A'noob, Arch Druid of the Noobhoof Clan (talk) 21:02, 22 April 2009 (UTC)

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heh, I started off just making a minor clarification and ended up changing the main strategy portion pretty substantially. Outside of our company wiki, I'm a total noob so please forgive any transgressions of etiquette.

I want to change the sections dealing with the NPCs, but I've only done the encounter a couple times myself and I'm not sure what all the NPCs buffs are and how to best use them. If anyone who has done it on hard mode can add a few details on that it'd be very nice. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Robfan (talkcontr).

If you have an interest in wiki editing, I'd encourage you to do the research yourself (watch the hard mode video, look up the buffs on wowhead, maybe read some wowhead comments, check out a written strat on boss killers) and then modify the article. If the formatting is an issue, someone else will take care of it. But you're right - the content is the hard part. -Howbizr (talk) 15:58, 28 May 2009 (UTC)

Why (sic)?Edit

Why was there a "(sic)" in blue notes? The page refereed to so not contain the phrase "(sic)". Do a search on this page and you will not find it. This was the second time I removed it. Wolfenstein (talk) 11:53, September 18, 2009 (UTC)

Of course the original doesn't say (sic) in it. No original source will EVER have (sic) in it. It's an editorial note that stands for "spelling incorrect" and indicates that a misspelling (in this case, calling the buff "moonlight" instead of "starlight") was present in the original source and is not a mistake on our part. -- Dark T Zeratul (talk) 18:37, September 18, 2009 (UTC)
The term sic is most often used in quoted material (usually in square brackets, and sometimes italicized) to indicate that the preceding segment of the quote was copied faithfully, in spite of a mistake or seeming mistake; that is, that the mistake or seeming mistake was in the original text, and not due to misquoting on the part of the present writer. The term itself is latin and the literal meaning is "thus, so". --Kollio (talk) 19:27, September 18, 2009 (UTC)

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