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2-21-2008 @ 1:13PM
I remember a time when Shamans were OP and Blizz never bothered to nerf them. That is until BC, when Alliance was given access to the class. Since then they just keep getting nerfed.Things that make you go, "HMMMM..."I've said it before, I'll say it again, Blizz loves horde!
2-21-2008 @ 1:48PM
Actually, shaman got the major nerf bat with the implementation of 2.0, which was before Alliance had access to shaman.
2-21-2008 @ 9:26PM
Yes because Paladins weren't OP before BC, and couldn't down rank and heal all day etc. Pallies were OP in PVE and Shamans were OP in PVP.
2-21-2008 @ 11:53PM
Wish Blizz did love horde, but here's why your wrong:1 - Alliance were created and developed first. Have friends who worked on the game and they admit alliance areas received much more polish.2 - AV. Before recently, Alliance had a massive advantage.3 - Onyxia and other major events only happen in Alliance towns. Horde never see them.This lame debate could go on and on. I think things have improved since BC, but pre-BC, Alliance were first on the list. Which means Horde got better players (and still do).As for shaman getting buffed. Haha. Take away our burst (no NS + EM = no burst), you better give us CC. We didn't need it before, but we're dead now. I actually quit over this. Ranged classes have CC because they need to stay RANGED. They have escapes from CC...again because they have to stay RANGED. Shaman (ranged class, if you didn't know) have no cc. Instead we have burst. You rush us, we throw the sink atcha. If it doesn't kill you, it gives us time to get ranged while you either heal or die rushing in.Without the burst, we have no way to stay ranged. Not that hard. Wonder where the $15 a month is going. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss this further, no need to waste everyone's time by trolling, ya know.
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