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11-16-2006 @ 7:26PM
When I started playing WoW, I had no idea about talent trees, specs and builds. I didn't even know about talent points until I had a few of them stored up. Playing a Druid, I put a point here, a point there and some more points over there. That you could spec your Druid to play different styles? I had no idea. A friend clued me in and I dove into the Druid board on the WoW Forum to learn all I could. I respec'd all my points into Feral and since then every point spent has been a careful decision made based on what I think I want to achieve at this point in my game-life.I like the fact that the system has forced me to think about what I want and learn more about the game, so I'm not a big fan of making respecs cheaper. But I would love to be able to fix something if I made a mistake or evaluate a slightly different build without risking the money. Having a PTR where I could experiment or allowing changes within a set amount of time would both work for me. And as someone who has misclicked previously, a confirmation step before committing to the talent spec would be great.
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