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10-02-2008 @ 4:42PM
NERF, ALL WE NEED IS MORE F&$CKING FEAR IMMUNITYS MAKE STUN IMMUNITYS, AND DAZE IMMUNITY'S , AND MOVEMENT SPEED NOW!
10-02-2008 @ 5:35PM
This is a decent add but for PVP it's not that great because you run out of energy way to fast!Have you tried PVP as a feral? I have only played on the PTR and all I can say is FAIL! I was so hoping for a viable Feral PVP spec but it's horrible. Classes that we use to prey on aren't easy anymore and the ones that already kicked our a$$ still kick it. It looks like we went from bad to worse! We need more rogue skills like a kick and vanish to be viable PVP class. I know what your thinking if you if I wanted to play a rogue I should have rolled one. Well I did and i guess I'm going to start playing it alot more because feral druids are the worst PVP class ingame. Give us an instant cast interupt a vanish or let us use cyclone inform or maybe add a aoe fear. Something needs to be done to make this class enjoyable to play cause right now it makes people mad!!!! It's supposed to be fun but when you work your heart out and you watch others just spam a couple of buttons and own you there is something wrong! I would like to see a talent that say requires a 45points to unlock pvp skills like kick, vanish and or blind or some sort of druid varient. Please don't ruin the skills like you did with feral cat charge. Shadow step will let you jump up ledges why can't we? Rant / over ;)
10-02-2008 @ 6:35PM
@RageYour rant is pointless and means absolutely nothing. Not only are you talking about the changes like people who can make those changes are reading it but your making points that are simply pointless. With the recent changes to rake and mangle there are some very decent spec choices for feral pvp. If your not following the changes to your classes you shouldn't rant at all.
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