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8-23-2008 @ 4:53PM
What I see a lot of is competition for raid spots from people who don't currently face it. Certain classes are stacked high into raids (Warlocks and Shamans being the examples given in this article) and if it means that some of these won't get to raid so that other people can...well...I can't see the problem with that. As someone who routinely gets turned down (or even laughed at) for saying I can DPS even in a heroic or lowly Kara pug for being a ret paladin, I am not exactly going to shed a single tear if a warrior, rogue or some other class gets turned down for me. I'll simply start calling them "lolrogues" or something.Balance is a fine and wonderful thing if it can be achieved but if it's not and it's suddenly me benefitting from it and not suffering, I'll settle for that :P
8-23-2008 @ 6:06PM
bitterness is not the answer... it'll just create a cycle and next time ret pallys get nerfed and warriors or rogues buffed you'll be treated even lower than now simply because you were an ass.
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