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7-18-2008 @ 4:38PM
"In my wildest dreams I envision a scenario where fury, arms and protection warriors are all viable for DPS and tanking, and it comes down more to 'what do you want to play' choice instead of 'you must be fury to DPS, you must be prot to tank, you must be arms to PvP' design philosophy"That would be a pretty wild dream indeed.Why don't we give prot pallies the ability to heal great, and dps hardcore.... or wait.... give shad priest the ability to do shad damage and be main healer in raids... or wait... lets give druids great healing, tanking AND good magic damage.Wtf. Why even put that statement in the article.
7-18-2008 @ 4:41PM
I put the statement in the article because it looks possible. Check out the gear so far revealed. Look at the statements about AP on tank gear. Look at the talents and skills. Tell me that a fury warrior with 45% extra threat in D stance and those awesome abilities won't be able to hold aggro.
7-18-2008 @ 4:47PM
Totally agree with Rossi. With more and more talents, Wraith is getting into the philosophy that all talent trees are useful for various portions of the game, no longer are you pigeonholed. As a non-warrior, i'd really like to see arms/fury at least decent for tanking. Its just stupid that we have all these warriors running around leveling, and none of them will tank. Hopefully this will at least encourage them to think about it.
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