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6-01-2008 @ 4:51AM
I think they're mainly talking about bleeding edge content. For anything (and including to an extent) up to the Black Temple your raid composition doesn't matter anywhere near as much as it used to. As long as you balance your tanks and healers you can honestly take just about any DPS. For new raid content however the concept of min-maxing becomes more important and generally if you're struggling it's the hybrids that are first on the chopping board.As to the main topic it'll honestly be interesting to see where the death knight fits into an end game raid. If the information leaked about the alpha turns out to be accurate I personally think it's pretty clear that warriors and paladins will remain kings of single and multi-target tanking respectively. The line between the druid and the death knight class however seems a little fuzzy. I think that there will be a lot of competition between these two classes for raid spots, --especially-- when min-maxing for encounters.
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