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10-25-2008 @ 2:37PM
First, I have a 70 pally as my co-main.Ok, listen once and for all ppl... You knew it was coming from the first time you 1-shotted a 68. Obviously, that was a bit much and a nerf (to balance) was inevitable.As for the comments along the lines of "Raid DPS will suffer because I can't maintain my rotation forever"... dude, welcome to the rest of the game where people actually run out of mana/rage/energy if they don't do anything other than button-mash. You're mad because Blizz gave you WAY too much power and then tuned it down. Consider it a bug fix instead of a nerf.And for what it's worth, hunters and rogues will likely be coming soon... My 62 hunter routinely leads damage in the 60-69 bracket. Thats's just wrong, and will likely be addressed in an upcoming patch. Of course my rogue leads on kills as well, my shammy takes all three flags, my priest leads on heals (typically more than both sides combined) and... [oh wait, maybe it's not OP - maybe I just actually know how to play my characters and heal in BGs?] The classes are what they are. Certain classes are OP at certain things. Pally was OP at everything. Hell, my pally went 5 BGs without dying once. "But that's normal... why are they nerfing pallies? I don't understand!" LOL
10-25-2008 @ 3:19PM
Stupid member of the anti-paladin community trying to show elitism, aren't you?
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