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11-16-2006 @ 4:15PM
@1 - Blizzard doesn't force this on you, guilds do. I've known many guilds that don't force you into specific roles and it works really well. No it's not the single most efficient way to get through an instance - but there have been cases where we've discovered that some off-spec is helping the raid more than we ever considered they could.@4 - Since when are respecs anything over 10g? You're respeccing too often. Research a spec, try it out - and by the time you've given it enough time to truly feel whether it's working or not, it should be cheap to respec again if need be.I think it works nicely as is. I spent all my leveling as a demonology lock - and to be honest I wasn't benefiting from it much until very recently. Now I'll probably switch to affliction for raiding (and with BC)...but now that I'm approaching 60, 10g is not hard to come by for my planned switch.On another note, the worst thing you can do is respec for raiding just before you get into it - you've "theoretically" played one spec for 60 levels...meaning it's going to take some *significant* time to get used to a new one.
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