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9-05-2008 @ 11:19AM
So now every time I respec on a hyrbid class (druid, paladin, shaman) I will need to buy all new glyphs and i won't be able to respec more than once per hour. I don't like it. Esp since Blizz is talking about making a more friendly way to respec with dual specs etc... Now If I respec I will need to find an inscriber or hope for my glyphs on the AH. Not good.The glyphs need to be items that can be swapped as many times as you want maybe with some cooldown.
9-05-2008 @ 11:35AM
Then the incredibly situational glyphs like the Avenger's Shield one that changes damage but removes the multi-target nature of the spell are something that you'll want for some bosses but not others IN THE SAME INSTANCE. This is going to be insane.
9-05-2008 @ 11:55AM
It's not about giving you all these options to persistantly tweak your toon. It's just like enchanting. If there was an instance where you switched to DPS, what would you do? Re-enchant your weapon over and over? This is assuming that they actually do something about allowing us a quick respec. It's still not in beta yet, and there's no official word from Blizzard on what it's going to be like.
9-05-2008 @ 12:28PM
@JustinTrue you have to switch weapons or gear but these weapons and gear live in your bag and don't get deleted or need to be deleted when you respec.Basically you will end up with a world where everyone is PVP or Raid spec'd with matching glyphs and will not respec or change roles to help a group. The 50g cost of a respec will be nothing compared to replacing all your glyphs each time you respec.
9-07-2008 @ 6:13PM
I believe there have been comments made about making it easier to switch specs, perhaps with a second talent tree. If that happens, it wouldn't surprise me if they did similar with glyphs.
9-08-2008 @ 7:35AM
@FinaleBlizzard has said that they do not wish for changing Glyphs to become expensive. They should cost around 10g once everything has settled down
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