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9-14-2008 @ 11:58PM
Thank you for this post but it is true, it is far too early to call. However, it is a good indication of the current situation where Paladins look like they will be toned down and shamans are in need of serious tweaking. The shaman community is quite worried given that it seems like we are the most neglected class and have been given the lowest priority. Bundle that with the fact that Wotlk is to be released this year and is competing with Warhammer we feel that they might rush through development and forget about us similarly to TBC. PVE wise for elemental shaman, little has changed thus far and the spell rotation still revolves around LB spam (current reports suggest that Lava Burst isn't worth adding into the rotation). Resto looks fine and interesting while enhancement require PVP modifications. I hope they put some effort into building this class.
9-15-2008 @ 12:45AM
"The shaman community is quite worried given that it seems like we are the most neglected class and have been given the lowest priority." lolTry being a Priest. I have already canceled by account from all the neglect we are being given.
9-15-2008 @ 12:56AM
Hey Jeff,Funny you mention that Priest are also neglected, they share the same class designer (Koraa) with shamans.
9-15-2008 @ 5:27AM
This priest is going nowhere, and frankly is bloody well sick of the emo bitchiness of his fellow priests
9-15-2008 @ 7:59AM
Warlocks aren't fine now too, and guess who's the class designer?
9-15-2008 @ 12:36PM
Priests are the suck now. Went from the best healers to the bottom scraping the barrel. Its sad that Druids and Shamans are going to dominate the healing classes.Druids and Shamans are the new HOTness.
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