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4-25-2007 @ 3:45PM
Grats oomkins...I've never really respected moonkin at all, especially in PVP, where upon killing them I have a special macro to /point /laugh and /gloat. If you look at the top PVP arena teams, NONE of them have a druid with significant points in Balance. http://www.geekboys.org/arena/index/5/all/druid/all/all/(btw, that's a pretty nifty site, not sure if WoWinsider has linked to it before, but it shows all the arena rankings broken down by class, talents, ect.)Moonkin are a joke among my friends and I, mostly because of one infamously ridiculous moonkin player in guild... He was pretty useless all around, (despite being a good player and well geared) and we strongly suggested he spec Resto. When he finally went resto for our raid, he made the biggest fuss about it and complained the entire time, even though he was infintely more useful and beneficial as Resto... Now he's in a different guild and still full Balance, we don't miss him. The crit buff they bring really isn't worth the trade off for another dps class which would bring more to the raid... Mages, Shadowpriests, Warlocks and hell, even Hunters have more beneficial and flexible roles in raids. One of the top raiding guilds on our server has even gone so far as to initiate a warning for prospective druids applying to the guild: "Don't even think about oomkin, bird = gkick"Oh well, I guess if they're doing decent DPS, mabye I can be convinced to have my opinion towards them changed.
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