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4-30-2008 @ 3:15AM
May I include some words on a peacefull level? My second main is a ret-paladiness and yes I'm not at all involved in raids, but I have seen some Instances and of course it is often hard to stand the comments about your spec on chat. "Retardins can't be DD"... stuff like that. But for sure I know, that we can. Damagecount often reveals this (in Instances of course). But more than the fun to play the 2-hand-wielder with the always glowing seals and judgements and the crit-gear, it is still important to say, that ALL Paladins know the great abilities, that every player likes to get for his char...the BUFFS and the AURA. The best of all is the "no mana"-flexibility of the AURAs. Trouble with Shadowacaster...throw in anti-shadow-aura...little creepers swarming around...throw in Retribution Aura...and so on. And of course they all love the BUFFs...less aggro here...more mana there...+10% on all attributes someone? And these are only the most important thing all Palas can do...not to forget "lay on Hands" and the ability to ultrafast charge to the troubled caster and instantly get the aggro away from her.So...even if we can't heal while dealing damage, we are bringing with us a lot of extras...and if you still say...hey, my rogue or hunter is doing much more damage than your pala ("IOU"), than I can just answer: "Of course they do...but how much else can they do for your group?" (no insult...my other main is a huntress).So...my call is: "Relax Retadins! If you can't take some beating, respecc! Someday they will realize, that we are not here just for the DPS, we are here for the better feeling and the funny coloured icons close to the minimap ;)"[Sorry for bad spelling and grammar...english is just a school language for me]
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