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7-04-2007 @ 11:23AM
Guess my previous post didn't make it :[anyways..I do love priests, a lot, but I wanna speculate a bit.The best one-man haeler is a paladin. The best multihealer is the druid. And omg shamans are actually pretty close to both but with more oom situations. So where do priests belong? I like priests and I like the heals they give me when I OT or burst dps with me druid but I do feel safer with a paladin... (ofc it depends on the player, but still). It's obvious Blizz killed a lot of what priests had to showoff with and I guess it was pretty wrong. So come on Blizz, pls.On the other hand, shadow priests are surprinsgly missing in most 'uberdps' discussions and... that's totally wrong, they're supreme in a raid (with a lock even more). It's a strange thing even tho Blizz (iirc) nerfed them as well (seriously, what's wrong with the developers?). I really am enjoying the dps battle between me and a shadow priest and even more when we race in the dps meters.When it comes down to priest specs there are only two, shadow and holy, and omg... they're both useful, cheer at that fellow healers cause ret pallies are obviously in distress with that, and yes, shammies as well. And if we consider that a shadow priest can still have moderate heals with shadow spec i guess that makes the druid resto tree a little bit under priests ;]So overall, priests can solo, priests can pvp and pve at the same time with only one spec and that I think makes them a bit far from boring or useless. BUT STILL - Blizz!!! cmon wtf, give em some stuff :<
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