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5-30-2008 @ 9:29AM
I swear, mage tears power the forums."Our name should be unique! MWAH!"Please.Want confusion?I want to play a hybrid with a Restoration healing spec.I think i will pick up the 21pt talent Nature's Swiftness.Oh, I also want to use nature based damage spells.So, what am I?I think I will be a healer with 40 pts in Holy since the 41pt talent is not as good as I would like. I will use some quick heals with the word Flash in them somewhere, that sounds good. Oh, I'll use a bubble too.Finally, I wanna be a tank. I wear plate. So I will put a bunch of points into that protection tree. But I need more parry so I better put points into the DPS tree to get it. I bet I can make my shield absorb an extra 30% damage, AND 1-handed specialization will help my threat. Oh, I better take Toughness.If the trees or classes focus on something similar, the talents and abilities will also have similar (or the same) names and similar (or the same) functions.Complaining about that and trying to stop it being done again is counterproductive. Frost will likely work on the concept of slowing things down, freezing them, or general CC. Like is does for Mages. Leaving the name the same makes it easy for us to know. There's no real confusion because while every example above was ambiguous just 1 piece of information was required to give you the exact class.I turn into a tree.I also can use group heals.I have a 41pt talent for pulling.Now everyone knows which class I was talking about.
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