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8-31-2008 @ 2:08PM
Yea.. they already have something like this with ele shamans and draenei.. but I never expected to have those hit buffs available so I geared past them.. This was pretty much the norm that I think most people did this.. though I did have one piece of gear to trade out that dropped hit for crit.. So I think youre right it makes no sense for blizzard to homogenize everything and then give this buff that if expected its necessary, otherwise its useless. this is dumb
8-31-2008 @ 6:45PM
What I don't understand is why Shadow Priest's are now considered (pretty much) a separate class that deserve's it's own review. That deserves a spot in a Raid just for them.They're still priests with 3 talent trees to select Talent's in. Affliction Warlocks are'nt considered separate from other warlocks. Their DoT's still don't scale with gear, despite Death Knight's getting a talent that allows their DoT's to crit. You don't see entire WoWInsider posts on Affliction alone.I just don't get why Shadow Priest's are somehow considered separate from Priests and deserve their own WotLK review just for them.
8-31-2008 @ 11:34PM
@NathanBecause Holy and Shadow Priests have completely different functions in a raid. Healing vs DPS/mana return.Discussion and theorycraft for Holy spec priests usually have no relevance to a Shadow spec priest whatsoever.
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