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3-12-2007 @ 1:27PM
Not that I want to see WoW turn into EQ, I think the bard and the enchanter would be great classes for the game. Honestly, before I played WoW, these things I read make me think they already were in the game. I thought the Mage's arcane tree would be like the enchanter class: increase mana and health regen, stun, charm, haste slow and that sort of thing leaving the fire tree to do most of the DPS and frost to handle mitigating the damage. Shaman, being the jack-of-all-trades in WoW, would be great bards: while they have many mana-inefficient spells, they could also have a way to channel a spirit to produce some sort of cheap (mana-wise) effect. Invoking and channel the ancestors to speed up the party's attacks or that sort of thing. Maybe even something similar to the Geomancers of Final Fantasy where different areas of the game have different effects. A shaman, for instance, could travel to Winterspring and use an ability to invoke the spirit of the land, defeat him in combat and, until the shaman attempted ot invoke a different spirit, could summon the spirit of Winterspring for some icy effect.
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