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1-03-2007 @ 1:30PM
Some look at this as a way of screwing over warriors from the job they used to be seeked for. I see if differently and I see this as one of the few things Blizzard has done well. How many warriors do you know that actually enjoy slapping on a shield and holding aggro so everyone else can kill them? Probably not that many. Some yes, but not a lot. Most like to throw on that two-hander and out dps everyone in the group. That being said, people now have a few different alternatives to their groups. Druids and pallies are more than likely sick of healing if they've been doing it for a long time, so they're usually excited to do something else... like tank or dish out some damage. So now, rather than being limited to one priest, one warrior, and three dps classes... you get some freedom in creating a group. You can easily have a Pally main healer with a druid tank, or vice versa... and now the warriors can dish out some damage if they want. I just think Blizzard is giving people more freedom and flexibility than they realize. It's a win-win situation for everyone.
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