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8-09-2008 @ 9:02PM
I don't know why you think "hell has frozen over" because Ret pallies are OP right now.They were OP right before BC came out too.Everyone QQd and the CS cooldown was raised to 10 seconds (from 6) as a result...among other nerfs.Then everyone hit 70 and all of a sudden ret pallies became "lol ret".Like you said, I hope people don't judge balance by the way things are right now. We have no clue how abilities and stats will scale up to 80 yet.
8-10-2008 @ 7:41AM
Indeed. At 60, the burning crusade talents were very powerful for the paladin but at 70, even without the nerf, it just wasn't the case. Mostly because of the huge stam increase and our abilities not scaling as well as other classes. lvl 60 gear had spell power, meaning judgements were doing more damage, SoC was doing more damage (Spell power and attk power) but the WoW community loves to QQ about things they don't understand. At least now at 80 our spells will scale better with our gear, as every class should!As Alex pointed out. This is beta. Stuff will change. Nerfs and Buffs will happen where appropriate. Its why i constant facepalm while reading MMO champion. No one there understands stuff changes in Beta. They see something they consider over powered and instantly whine. A good thing a lot of them aren't in beta where constructive feedback should be given, not whining.
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