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10-27-2008 @ 1:47AM
People need to realized a nerf or buff is not the end all, be all. They are ACTIVELY TUNING the class, which mean hey, if 20% turns out to be too much, they will ADJUST it. Stop acting like it's the end of the world before you even experience the changes. It's not an easy thing to balance out classes in a game, especially when you take into account PvE and PvP aspects. What works with one doesn't usually work with the other but you can't ignore either one. See where I'm going with this? In other words it takes time to work out the details. Just have patience and enjoy your OP Retardins before the nerf bat swings. Eventually they're fine tune it where it's actually fair and not OP or laughable. I have a warrior and a mage and I can tell you that both classes have had thier ups and downs, just like I'm sure every other class has, except for Locks. Bastards always been OP lol. So that's my 2 cents. Take it for what it's worth. :)
10-27-2008 @ 2:20AM
Yet, remember how long it took them to revert the change to crusader strike, when they admitted that it was unwarrented? Nearly half the expansion, by then, it was already too late and paladins had no hope of progressing in the game until much, much later when we practically had to spam the forums for threat reduction. The Short of the Long of it is; they jump at the chance to nerf, but take their time to buff.
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