OK, so after reading your reply to the OP (brusk tone aside), you originally had the same issue as the OP did and agreed that the tooltip was in need of changing. That's something most players could probably agree on actually.
My comment about the arguing was directed in general, not at any specific person (when I direct something at a specific person, I usually preface it by using their name out of politeness).
To directly answer your question though... You made it clear how the skill works, thats it. OP had issue with the tooltip. I felt that the wording of the tooltip is correct and I tried to explain why it is correct. You, on the other hand, just said that it could be worded better, while making no attempt to explain why it's current wording actually makes sense. You didn't need to do that mind you, nothing wrong with what you did, I simply felt that a better explanation of the tooltips wording was in order (since that is what OP was directly concerned with)...so I attempted it.
It looks like this thing between us is mainly from you mistakenly thinking I was directing any of my comments toward you. I honestly have no issue with your response to me because you were telling it as you saw it, even if it wasn't the case. You didn't repsond to me out of malice, so as far as I'm concerned there's no damage done.
The thread however, was devolving into basically nothing but flaming, so that's why I made the comment I did. Threads don't have to remain on topic 100% of the time, but when it gets derailed, as this one did, by other discussions or arguments, then it needs to be put back on the right track or locked. I prefer the former to the latter simply because locking often just makes players even more angry.
I'll be fiving feedback about the CMs so they can pass it along to the devs. I just might also go intot he game and check each skill'rune's tooltips and try to find any that are ambiguous so they can be looked into as well. The devs don't always catch how their wording is taken by everybody, and they can't realistically. That's why feedback from players about such things is good. It just needs to be kept civil is all.
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