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11-06-2007 @ 10:40AM
@22: He meant offensively dispelled. But even then you are off.- Druids: Tree Of Life is considered an Elemental, and thus can be Banished.That's not a dispel. That's CC, by 1 class.- Hunters: Silencing Shot can be resisted and dispelled.Resist is not a dispel. Defensively dispelled, 2-3 classes.- Mage: Slow can be dispelled, and Water Elementals can be Banished.Defensively dispelled (2-3 classes) and CC by 1 class.- Paladin: Avenger's Shield can be resisted or counterspelled (though to be honest, it's not meant to be used -in- combat, so it shouldn't really count).Resist is not a dispel.- Priests: Vampiric Touch can be dispelled.Defensively. (2-3 classes)- Warlock: Unstable Affliction can be dispelled (even if there's a penalty), and Felguards can be Banished (which also totally wrecks a Demo 'Lock).Again, 2-3 classes and a CC with a single class. AND if you do dispel it, you are an idiot.Shaman:Totem of Wrath: 5hps, a macro can be made to kill it without even changing targets.Shamanistic Rage: 5 of 9 classes can kill it without any need to spec into anything. Prot warriors can now too.Earth Shield: 5 of 9 can kill it.See the disparity?@34:SO warlocks are the only people to get hit with undocumented nerfs? REALLY?Windfury. 3 second cooldown was never stated and in fact it took a bunch of posts saying there was a bug to get them to admit to it. Then we get told that they are supposed to be shared cooldowns which is clearly BS.A nerf that dropped close to 15% of the shaman's damage and caused an itemization issue is not documented. Now I have to pass on purple daggers because if I don't my DPS goes DOWN even though they are 30DPS higher than my current weapon.Yea, Shaman have a right to be a little mad when this and a bunch of issues keep getting ignored.
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