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10-25-2008 @ 2:05PM
It may be a nerf in beta but it's probably the version of the game that's going to ship when wrath is released.I agree the nerfs are too much considering we won't have Int on our gear having to share it with the billion new DK's and current warriors.What makes this even more annoying is that these changes come with almost 2 weeks before wrath is released. Some of us were preparing our paladins to lvl up with in wrath but now, we might as well reroll.It's incredible how Blizzard caves to the whining of the community but fails to look at constructive feedback from the paladins themselves.There will be a lot more DK's running around since prot is the only decent spec now but even prot will have to compete with a billion DK's wanting to tank...R.I.P. Paladin Class 10/25/08
10-26-2008 @ 7:46AM
"Some of us were preparing our paladins to lvl up with in wrath but now, we might as well reroll""R.I.P.Paladin Class10/25/08 "Try and be a bit more melodramatic next time. Sheesh....
10-27-2008 @ 4:00PM
I know a paladin who used to play ret, he's playing to change class to a DK, because that's where all the pally's damage was given to.My own paladin is prot and I'm really annoyed that in order to fix one spec they go and f*** up protection in the process. They claim they're gonna give something back to us, but I don't believe them. They have always lied in the past, it's not about to change now.
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