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3-07-2008 @ 11:14AM
What is with half the mages crying about not being the number one dps'ers? Just because you're a dps class doesn't mean you automatically assume you should be top notch during every fight. I don't hear as much complaining about dps numbers from the other dps classes (Boomkins, ret pallies, hunters, dps warriors..ect as I do from mages..)Why mages, do you think you should be number 1?You win some, you lose some imo.
3-07-2008 @ 7:33PM
Boomkins and retpallys are hybrids and therefore, IMO, shouldn't have the same level of DPS as a pure DPS class. Hunters are questionable, and warriors have the advantage of plate. should they be able to pump out the same damage as a mage? I always felt that their was, at least at some level, a correlation between level of armor vs lvl of DPS. higher armor, lesser dps. Higher dps, lesser armor. Out of the classed with the lowest AC, you have priest, locks and Mages. Priest are hybrids in a sense, because they can heal or DPS and therefore, again IMO, shouldn't have the same level of dps as a pure DPS class. That leaves locks and mages. I'm suer either side would give reasons why they should be the kings of DPS. I have a toon of both kinds but I'd have to say I side with the mages. Though Locks technically have relatively the same AC as a mage, they still have greater defense in the form of a pet not to mention more utility (SS, HS, Imp's fort buff, . So I think Mages should be the top of the charts for dps. I don't think im biased because I have a toon 1 of every class.
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