Best of luck, Mr. GhostCrawler. I hope your future is fine. :-)
...spent 2 hours reading on B&S's English version....I bump into this...GHOSTY IS GOING TO B&S!On the serious side though, we will miss the crab-riding nerfbat-bearer that was Ghostcrawler. You damn better amaze us with your excuse :P
Everyone roll a Holy Priest to show some support for good ole Ghostcrawler.
I read every post. You kiddos don't know enough about the real world. Not one of you proposed this idea:Blizzard has been bleeding subscriptions for years. At some point, a company is going to look for someone to blame. While it might still be voluntary (I don't claim to know), my first thought is that he was asked to resign. This lets him still look clean, but moreover Blizzard doesn't have to admit any error keeping him in that post.
I wish him well, wherever his futures lies. I thank him for putting a human face on what is, in a lot of games, hidden behind the facade of an avatar, if not completely invisible, and for making the dev side of things more accessible. I certainly remember a certain amount of excitement when he first appeared at Blizzcon.While in my opinion he has made some positive changes in the game, I personally feel he took WoW in completely the wrong direction so I will not be sad to see him leave. While he cannot be held entirely responsible for that, it is clear he defended a lot of the changes that he must have had some input in.Whomever takes the reins I hope they retain frankness that Greg had in his explanations.
Good riddance. After leaving WoW for three years because of this person's stupid decisions that made WoW sucked, I created this account just to welcome this news.The problem with Ghostcrawler was he was too quick to make drastic changes without thinking of the consequences and upset many players. He would u-turn when they backfire. I am glad he left. Only wish he had done so earlier.We need a lead designer that make well-thought out decisions that wouldn't upset too many players.