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8-08-2008 @ 11:17AM
Warriors good? Ok, maybe Fury/Arms are still ok, but Prot warriors seem to be having problems with generating enough threat.
8-08-2008 @ 11:29AM
Blizzard seems to be promising us warriors a ton of extra threat, but at the same time, they seem to be aiming Death Knights in a direction that will push warriors to be doomed to a life of PVP (unless you're one of the very, very few warriors lucky enough to score a main tanking or fury DPS spots in a raiding guild)
8-08-2008 @ 11:50AM
the only warrs having trouble generating threat are the warriors that aren't stacking str. Str is huge since soooo many abilities are now (finally) ap based. If you're running around trying to get threat in t gear which is virtually devoid of str then you're only asking for trouble.
8-08-2008 @ 12:23PM
I don't see why warriors are afraid of deathknights replacing them as the main tanking class. As long as deathknights can't use shields, they will never see as much armor as a warrior.
@Dan:Maybe, but at the moment the endgame prot gear of TBC doesn't have a lot of strength, which means that prot warriors are doomed to losing their hardearned gear right at the beginning of WotLK, while other classes can keep using it up to lvl 75+. Which in turn will make tanking for warriors much harder.
8-08-2008 @ 1:29PM
Just reading the forums, and talking with other warriors playing beta. many of us feel that there is going to be some warrior changes coming soon. Most of the other classes needed much more work than warriors. Besides, we all know who else plays a warrior, right...?
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