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10-25-2008 @ 1:43PM
WARNING: Wall of QQ and unleashed anger and harsh language...This is not fair.I'm gonna delete my paladin right now.The WoW community sucks, everybody hates paladins without a valid reason. When we're buffed, they QQ. Specially rogues, they don't want retridins to "steal their niche", neither do prot warriors and the other healing classes. You're hybrids, pallies: ergo, you can fill every role, but you must also suck at every role so 'pure' classes can shine.A paladin must suck in order to keep the other classes appealing for people to play them, maybe because the concept of a Holy Warrior is too appealing to play anything else... (specially those Aragorn wannabes out there). Besides, the word "Paladin" sounds just awesome. We must compensate for this popularity by sucking as much as we can.I agree that Retadins were OP, but these nerfs are excessive... It's like coming back to the Burning Crusade when we were "lolret u can't dps stfu and heal"I know that "the pendulum of buffs and nerfs is constantly moving" but the Paladin class has seen only negative treatment from the Blizz devs since release. There's no reason to believe this is gonna change.If I am wrong, don't hesitate to correct me, but I firmly believe these nerfs are very unfair.Thank you for reading.
10-25-2008 @ 3:09PM
You're wrong that they hate Paladins, considering how much they've buffed and streamlined Paladins since beta started. Trying to rebalance a broken class is their job. It's not like they're trying to do favors for anyone.
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