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7-27-2008 @ 12:10PM
Sounds like the other trees need nerfing not frost needs buffing.
7-27-2008 @ 12:23PM
Wrong. The death knight doesn't have nearly as many abilities as other classes, so they rely more on their talent trees to increase their power, and Frost is the one that is the weakest. None of the death knight trees is specifically for tanking, but they all improve the way the death knight fights. Frost is the worst in that regard.Even with these changes, Frozen Rune Weapon and Frost Strike need buffed so that the Frost Death Knight functions along the same power that Unholy and Blood Death Knights function.
7-27-2008 @ 2:39PM
Yeah, all those DK videos show how clearly underpowered the DK is as a class. Being able to solo your way through Andorhal at 55 without having to drink, eat, bandage, or stop for any reason is just unacceptable. I mean, his health got down to 80% one time. EIGHTY PERCENT! That is clearly unacceptable and needs to be buffed badly.
7-27-2008 @ 11:54PM
1) Its beta.2) I'm not even sure if those mobs are elite in beta.3) Its beta.Calm down.
7-28-2008 @ 11:58AM
Heiling,I don't know where you found that video, but it's clearly misleading in the extreme. If the DK were that amazing, my group of 5 DKs wouldn't have had a near wipe two nights ago in the first ten minutes of Stratholme.
7-28-2008 @ 2:04PM
BadgerThe video he's talking about was one of the many videos made by Jadefury and posted here on wowinsider. Not sure why your group had a hard time but there was nothing misleading about the video in the slightest. The player *tore* through andorhal.Why that's a problem however is beyond me. Those mobs should be like wolves and pigs to DKs. They're their starter mobs after all.
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