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3-16-2007 @ 9:38PM
MattRossi- Your point is well taken.I play a brand-spankin-new Warlock, formerly a Healbot spec'd Priest before Blizzard took the nerf-bat to us, and I decided my time was best spent on something with a future.I think the difference between what you're saying, and what I'm trying to get at is- when you've got 5 people that know how to play their classes, nearly anything is possible in my book.Granted, a 5 mage firing squad isn't going to get you far in life; but I'm saying anything within reason.The priest, I'm good 'real life' friends with; and I know him to be competent, and intelligent. The rest of the PUG was surprisingly filled with people that simply know what to do. We couldn't (and as sealsay mentioned, didn't want to try to) get ahold of a warrior, so we decided to see what a couple Voidwalkers could do. When aggro is managed properly between the nukers and the tanks, naturally- everything is smooth. When two of the nukers essentially ARE the tanks; There's no real question as to how smooth things will run.So yes, yell 'Nerf Warlocks' to the heart's content; but it works for me- no annoying Warrior (I grouped with the worst of the worst a few nights ago. A pally that thought he was Thrall's gift to instances- decided to ignore all the mobs hacking on him, and press forward- not waiting for his DPS/ Crowd Control or even the healer to catch up. Needless to say- he died; and blamed our healer- quit the party, and died trying to get out of the instance. Pretty funny)DIGRESSION ALERT.Sorry.My point is, (I had a point?) overpowered? Sure. But it works.Chris
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