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10-01-2008 @ 11:48AM
13 more days to make Class Balance look like something decent.13 more days before I decide to quit WoW or stay.because after todays news things are looking more grim for WoW.(I could add a game of guess my class)
10-01-2008 @ 11:51AM
Hmmmm, complaining about balance... you must play a shaman!
Or a fury warrior - sorry for the double post.
10-01-2008 @ 12:02PM
Yeah Shamans are quite OP. I would cry with happiness too if I had rolled a Shaman.
10-01-2008 @ 11:57AM
Looks like your quitting then because they don't plan to have that finished until just before Wotlk ships or even in some worse cases after it ships.
10-01-2008 @ 12:22PM
Shamans OP? What are you smoking Naix?let me guess you never rolled one before, and base your information of the Pre 2.0 patch when there were a few exploits that were closed.
10-01-2008 @ 12:23PM
OMG it's emo elmo!
10-01-2008 @ 12:36PM
Yes Shamans are still OP. Shamans rock the dps in BGs, PVE, and Arena. Shamans dps and healing are in high demand for 5 mans, heroics, and raids. No other class can DPS, buff the group with 4 buffs, come back from the dead, and heal themselves. So many bonuses. Before wrath the gear was garbage and Shamans were so so with such crazy stats Shamans dominate.
10-01-2008 @ 12:59PM
How exactly 51 point talents, that are not balanced at level 70, will let you to make judgements about balance in Wrath?
10-01-2008 @ 2:20PM
I agree with naix. My elemental shammy in Season 1 Glads did Kara (yes it's horrible I know), and Out-dps'd more than one mage in that fancy spellcloth tailoring junk... once Merciless went down to honor/marks, the dps leveled out (since I refuse to grind a WHOLE new set before wrath). But anyway... Even doing 5-mans with a pally, priest, spriest, and mage, the only one that had a shot of out-dpsing my shammy was the spriest and that's cuz he waayy out-geared me. I won't lie either... I spam lightning bolt and chain lightning and chug mana pots like nobodys business. :D
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