Have no fear, though, for I shall rid you of your dubiety. Let us review once more the post which led us to this conundrum:
Right off the bat: "WOOOOOOOOO BLIZZCON CHAMPION". Belittling others' achievements in order to prop yourself? classic 17 y/o virgin e-thug right there. Even Shawir doesn't sink so low, and he's mildly entertaining at least. Please don't try and sell it as if you wrote that in a complimentary tone either, please .
We move on to: "Also you nerds need to stop crying". lol fagget nerds stop crying what r u faggets lol xD be a man xD
"If you have a problem with the xpac don't cry, just quit.": The jewel in the crown. The crem de la crem. Putting aside the good ol' "IF YOU DON'T LIKE THEN GET OUT" mental paraplegia, you using "cry(ing)" twice in just 3 sentences is quite interesting to me. I'm not even joking right now, were you bullied growing up? Is this why you feel the need to express yourself like an alpha on the internet, constantly telling people you don't know to stop crying?
(The following not only concerns the champ I've been going back and forth with, but also generally refers to balance in games and this thread)
Right, moving on to the aforementioned idiocy. First of, "balance" in asymmetrical games is merely a theoretical terminology. Even in symmetrical turn-based games perfect balance can't be achieved. Chess for instance is only considered balanced because as of date you can't compute a perfect white game, but in essence even chess isn't balanced (I don't even need to mention the statistics behind white win rate).
Now, does that mean that just because WoW can't be perfectly balanced, whomever doesn't like this fact should quit? I assure you, no one thinks WoW can actually be perfectly balanced. Your little scheme of claiming you don't tell people who discuss balance to stop discussing it and quit, but rather to people who don't accept there can't be perfect balance to quit is null and void, since there's no existence of such people to begin with, and no one was even hinting towards that regardless.
You see, feedback and criticism are two very important ingredients in the development of any product. Let it be a game, a device, a book, an automobile... anything. Thankfully, the likes of you have no say on the matter, or else every single product, let it be physical or not, would've been automatically recalled due to "lol it can't be perfectly good/balance just don't buy it if u don't like it"
I'll stick to WoW for the sake of argument. It's essential for the developers to receive both negative and positive feedback in order to better their game. The only problem as far as AJ is concerned is derived from the level of discourse which monkeys like you among other types of simpletons are responsible for, perhaps also being a major contributor as to why developers stopped taking AJ seriously years ago.
tl;dr: yes, yes you did
Didn't bother to read past the first sentence because I simply couldn't stop laughing. Thank you for your essay I'll grade it over the weekend and get back to you.