5.3PTR: Activity Ask The Developers to be held next week

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Players look forward to the exciting moment is coming! Next week the Activity Ask The Developers will be held, the topic relating to the PvP changes on the patch 5.3 PTR. It’s currently locked, but on April 9th the thread will go live for 48 hours, during which time players are encouraged to post all of their PvP-related questions and to vote on their favorites. Don’t ignore the voting option, because Blizz will be prioritizing their responses by popularity, and the questions with the most votes are the most likely to be answered.

Regarding some ground rules for how the thread will work that are typical for “Ask the Dev” designated posts, and shouldn’t be anything new for forum veterans. If you’re planning on participating in the post, it’s worth reading over them so your questions have the best chance to be exposed. You can find the full blue post the following

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Current Status

LOCKED – Questions and voting will begin soon.

Topic

The topic for this Ask the Devs is, “PvP changes on the PTR”.Be sure to stay on topic, as questions that stray from this won’t be answered.

How it works:

Voting will begin on 09/04/13 and end on 11/04/13.The thread will be open for 48 hours, after which time it will be locked and you’ll no longer be able to post or vote for questions to be sent to the developers.Once the thread has been locked, we’ll tally up the votes and send the top questions off to the World of Warcraft developers.We’ll provide answers directly from the developers during the following week. Watch the blog for their responses!

The Rules:

There’s a limit of one question per post.Stay on topic. Questions that are not related to the chosen topic will not be sent to the developers, even if they’re rated highly.Only post questions in the Ask the Devs thread – discussions are not permitted. If you would like to discuss the questions or a related matter, please do so in another thread.A question being highly rated does not guarantee that it will be answered. We will, however, try to get as many questions answered as possible.”Disliking” a post will not count toward its tally. Only “likes” will be counted.

For more information you can visit the official site.

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