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8-19-2008 @ 9:42PM
Wryxian, a blue on the WotLK forums, posted that the change was made "purely to prevent downranking, which is an unintended technique that we were not at ease with". Not sure what they were uncomfortable with.He also said, "Hopefully removing a few more of the extra buttons you've been pressing will eventually be seen as a good thing; it might also be easier for some people to do their role without having to learn to downrank." http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=8765645374For me, downranking is one of the things that makes healing more interesting – picking the right heal/rank for the right situation.Maybe they should just make one giant button for us to press and let the game select the spell for us. Because, you know, having to press more than one button takes all the fun out of the game and makes it way too hard.
8-19-2008 @ 11:24PM
there are those who'd say "yes, it's called a paladin."but seriously, i agree with you - taking out downranking is one of numerous changes that seem to take some of the geeky fun out of the game.
8-20-2008 @ 3:07AM
This Paladin comment is pure hyperbole. Please explain what situation and what spec enables a Paladin to do their job with the use of a single button.
8-20-2008 @ 8:05AM
Holy Paladin.Flash of Light.
8-20-2008 @ 9:49AM
My wife is one of our three main paladins we use in MH and BT.Let me tell you holy pallys do not just spam FOL.Cleansing, bubbling, judging....Not to mention that most paladins in T6 content use holy light more than FOL.
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