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3-12-2007 @ 1:22PM
Zuuler:>>The whole greater effort thing is kind of like the paladin's aruas that are already in the game.True enough. Take it over the top for a new class. How about an All-Rezz spell that restores everyone in a five-man to live (big ol’ cooldown, of course). Or everyone’s crit’s do more damage, or the crits pop more often. This may sound OP in a raid or group, but imagine giving up a dps slot for this character. >>Stealing abilities is already in the game in some form. Mages have spell steal, in which they can steal a beneficial magical effect from an enemy and use it as their own. Locks have a somewhat similar ability with their felhunter, to steal a beneficial magical effect from an enemy (or a negative effect from a friend) and turn it into health.Again, true. But I was talking about attributes. Call this class the Slavemaster. His victim mobs follow him around, on passive. They are batteries for strength, spirit, or whatever. Mobs or players could kill the batteries to take down the Slavemaster’s abilities. Wouldn’t it be cool to have a mob of passive Murlocks following you around as you suck away their strength and spirit?>>A builder class seems a lot like a buffed engineer profession. Maybe bliz could implement this to make engineering more attractive.Maybe the long-rumored Hero classes could include a builder. The builder can erect offensive and defensive structures and mobs.>>And a loremaster? With the number of guides and online maps out there, who needs ezmode (except maybe alliance).Yep. It’s hard to imagine what the Loremaster could contribute. Maybe a spell that displays all mobs on the party’s mini-map (like the Druid spell).>>And who would want to do that to Crossroads? Half the population of XR at any given time is undead anyway, what would be the point making the undead into, well, undead? It would be more fun to do it in Khaz Modan, could you imagine undead midgets and dwarves? Now that would be funny.It would be the coolest Ogrimaar raid ever; turning the entire city alliance friendly. Imagine the noobs coming in and getting ganked by their own guards.
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