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4-30-2008 @ 3:25AM
Well my problem with Ret is (and I play both an alliance and a horde paladin): There are now *two* specs that are quite good and raid-viable. That's twice as much as pre-TBC. There's one spec that's like "maybe raid-viable, if the player is *really* good, but probably not". Now guess what - how much understanding do I have for bringing a ret paladin to a raid. Most of their players are wanabe-fighters, a point which they prove every day on the forums. I admit that there might be a decent ret paladin on my realm, but I haven't played with one.Btw I'd guess that the majority of ret paladins are PVPs and alliance.
4-30-2008 @ 5:10AM
Hi Keya, I'm not so sure I understand. The way I see it, there are three viable raid specs. Holy, Protection, and Retribution. Yes, there are terribad Retribution Paladins (the Retardins), but trust me... a good one is awesome to have in your raid group.
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