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7-23-2008 @ 11:25PM
I have played a DK to 60 in the Beta and I feel they are incredibly overpowered. I am blood spec'd and am basically invincible. The amount of regen and dmg that I can put out is just unreasonable. I expect a fairly large nerf before or early on during live release. Unfortunately with a couple exceptions the only toons seeming to be running around Outland or Azeroth are DKs, and there are only a couple DKs in Northrend, so I haven't had a chance to PvP against them very much.Also, Degeneration needs a nerf. I understand Blizzard doesn't balance classes on a 1 on 1 basis, but this ability will single handedly knock druids out of competition in the Arena (esp in 2v2 and 3v3). It is simple so unfair that I don't see how they could ignore it.The Bloodworms are totally broken. I was in WPL and I killed a skeleton and 5 popped out, I proceeded to destory every mod in Felstone field and finished with full health.Don't get me wrong death knights are fun, but they are the epitome of EZ mode.
7-24-2008 @ 2:52AM
I think what people are confusing is that alot of what he spoke of is talented. Yes, they will be OP if they got to choose every talent known to man. But go make your own talent calculator and you'll see that it isn't quite as over the top as you might think.Sure they have some anti-magic, anti-kiting and anti-melee skills, but every class has its anti-class. I highly doubt that those of us who have played our respective classes for years and have subsequently almost perfected the use of them intimately will find DKs so OP that we want to hang up our keyboard/mouse. It will have its downsides but I highly doubt it will be what it seems.
8-06-2008 @ 4:09PM
Druids need a counter in the arena....
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