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Jan 27 '16 at 22:49 comment added KorvinStarmast Insofar as your answer goes, your analogy might be better in terms of a capacitor. If the capacitor is already charged, then it has to release a charge before it can store up another one. If you'd like to use that analogy, rather than the one you offered, feel free to do so. (Shipping and handling is free as well. :-) )
Jan 27 '16 at 22:48 comment added SevenSidedDie Korvin speaks truth. Also note that the same user being the source of the comments is not a sign of personal targetting: the user in question is the highest-rep Pathfinder user here, so it's not surprising that they looked at your posts and had feedback to offer.
Jan 27 '16 at 22:46 comment added KorvinStarmast FWIW, most of what comments are for is addressing what may improve a reply to a question. While that may come across as a barrage of criticism, that is the general purpose of a comment: address something in a reply in hopes that it will improve it, or to clarify a point. It is in the community's interest to help improve answers. Per the text at the tour "Use comments to ask for more information or clarify a question or answer."
Jan 27 '16 at 22:34 history edited Raetjor CC BY-SA 3.0
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Jan 27 '16 at 22:07 comment added Raetjor @SevenSidedDie, I am all for being friendly, but not if I am made target of another user's onslaught of complaints about every single post simply because he is fixated on finding a flaw.
Jan 26 '16 at 21:07 comment added SevenSidedDie @Raetjor Hey, be nice (it's a rule here). We can have disagreements about content without making it personal. Feedback is a normal part of our community process here. It's usually intended to reveal points of possible improvement in a post, though of course you're free to ignore, civilly rebut, or use it—as you judge appropriate and useful.
Jan 26 '16 at 17:50 comment added KRyan Can you give any reasons why we should think of weapons in this manner? I do not see anything in the game’s text that suggests that this is an apt comparison.
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Jan 26 '16 at 16:56 history answered Raetjor CC BY-SA 3.0