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7-11-2008 @ 7:43AM
I wont cry about warriors, because there seems to be a lot more changes to the game than new talent points can predict the outcome with. Gear will be massively changed, and all tanks are suppose to be able to do better DPS than has be previous has done compared to pure DPS classes. Who knows, people may start picking tanks as much for the DPS contribution than their survivability. Warrior could do well as DPS tank, I know protection spec doesn’t do much for DPS, but maybe a hybrid build will someday shine again, like pre BC, with 71 talent points.For those that keep thinking warriors that have been spoiled, stop whining, I have many high level characters, and most classes have there strengths and weakness, warrior particularly need a healer to do well, and aren’t that great solo. I mean paladins are usually the hardest things to kill solo, with exception of getting feared to death by warlocks. But locks are usually only powerful with the right pet out, and that isn’t always easy to predict which pet you will need. But anyway major changes are coming to many classes, and no one know which classes is going to be consider the most overpower at level 80, until months after people start getting there and getting well geared
7-11-2008 @ 8:30AM
"For those that keep thinking warriors that have been spoiled, stop whining..." This statement tickled my funny bone for some reason.Anyway, I do agree with Markainion in that it is way too early to be making any comparisons. But if the rumours hold true and Bear tanks get sidelined as occasional OTs, I'll be re-rolling a Black Orc main. Who am I kidding; I'll likely be doing that already regardless. ;)
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