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6-13-2008 @ 7:26PM
I don't think Blizzard should carry out that change. Yes, it would absolutely make it easier on priests and prot pallies and enhancement shamans. And thats' it. 5 specs, 3 from the same class, are going to be happy. The rest of us are going to be wearing, as someone stated earlier, homogenized gear that in no way distinguishes us. This is not the same direction that adding spell damage to healing gear was going. This is a direction that turns the currently effective method of gearing up into one of monotony. If more people roll on the same gear, even if more of that gear is available, it will hurt the dynamic that exists of "if this drops, it goes to him, but if that drops, it goes to her" that has helped this game along for so much time. Not to mention the fact that having every healer and caster rolling on the same gear will make DKP/EPGP systems hell. Don't make this change go live, Blizzard. You can do better.
6-13-2008 @ 7:38PM
So what you're saying is "my class should continue to be happy, and their classes should continue to suffer." Right? =\
6-13-2008 @ 7:40PM
hey, i play a paladin and i don't like the changes that much. having people bidding on stuff that you never thought would be in their gear pattern just makes gearing up pretty damn random.
6-14-2008 @ 2:07AM
"So what you're saying is "my class should continue to be happy, and their classes should continue to suffer." Right? =\"so what your saying is "my class is suffering, so i want everyone else to suffer too." right? =\
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