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3-05-2008 @ 9:15PM
Is anyone surprised that warlock bitching gets results but Shaman bitching gets nothing? Because if they are, they stopped playing the game a long time ago.Poor shamans, too stupid to roll another class. Just give up now and roll paladin or druid, you know, the GOOD hybrids.
3-05-2008 @ 9:20PM
Sad really...Warlocks would have been fine after the nerf, just like every other class has been in the past after nerfs l2p?
3-05-2008 @ 9:25PM
I've got both, and still prefer the shammy. Guess I prefer to play with ezmode off :)
3-05-2008 @ 10:02PM
Shamans are way more fun than paladins or druids, in my opinion. Everyone's got a preference. I didn't really see the FT changes as good for shamans ultimately, but it kind of sucks that it was just rolled back and nothing new was added in its place.
3-05-2008 @ 10:09PM
Buuty, you obviously have no clue of how the warlock class is designed and how it plays. No, they wouldn't have been "fine" at all, and if you took the time to educate yourself on the particulars of that proposed change you'd understand why.Since you're just another narrowminded warlock hater I don't expect you to do that though, but I dare you to surprise me...
3-06-2008 @ 12:39AM
I think the biggest buff to the shaman class would be a mute button for the people too busy whining about shaman flaws to notice the upside. Fantastic healers, nice if somewhat spiky dps, excellent buffs and group utility... hardly the useless stepchild you'd think they were if you listened to the emo-kids going wild on the forums every time there's a patch.
3-06-2008 @ 6:33AM
We know the flaws, we're just sick of being buttfucked by any class that can stun or CC as any spec other than resto.
3-06-2008 @ 2:43PM
I just don't get why Shamans think they should have more than one PvP spec? Many other classes don't have more than one. PvP shamans are resto. What's the big deal? Paladins have to be holy, why should Shamans get to DPS?
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