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2-21-2008 @ 1:19PM
another whining shaman article. Shamans are awesome in raids, we take at least two and would take more if we had them. As for thier burst damage, try being a mage, they can eat your 6k health in a few seconds. Shaman are fine its the people that play who refuse to adapt like everyone else that suck.
2-21-2008 @ 1:45PM
Have you read my column before? Seriously, and trying to be civil here, but if you can honestly tell me that every totem talk is a complaint about shamans (especially considering my last column was in fact a wet, sloppy KISS to shamans in raids) then I'd have to conclude that I'm some sort of demented maniac who can't comprehend my own writing.When the major content patch coming in has nerfs for shamans, I generally think the place to discuss it is the shaman column.
2-21-2008 @ 4:21PM
I don't think I wrote "Totem Talk" was another whiny blah blah, but I am talking about this artical in comination with every other shaman writing posts about nerfs. We have seen these everywhere and frankly they are sold old it's crazy. Fact is every class has suffered as Blizz has nerfed classes in pve to balance pvp and I am tired of reading all that too but for some reason shamans seem to be the worst.I appologize if I led you to believe that I was directing that just to your weekly collumn. I like your articles generally, but this one I think is coming after people who read this kind of stuff have read all the other compliant articles already and find them old.
3-03-2008 @ 10:05AM
I think the funniest part of your post is that you say mages only have 6k health...If you have no gear whatsoever your health might be 6k, but if you have gladiator gear you are at least at 8k if not 9k health. If you don't have 8k then you aren't endgame yet.And shamans can really only pump out that kind of damage if you don't focus on them first, which is what the rotating ball of "kill me" is for, to let you know to kill them.
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