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10-27-2008 @ 2:42AM
I play a 70 epiced out Holy Paladin and can't quite understand what all the grief towards the new Ret Paladins is all about. If one manages to get the drop on me they will kill me about as fast as any other decently geared Warrior or Mage. If I have at least one of my cool downs available I'll avoid dieing instantly and turn the tables on them through an exciting bout of kiting. When the changes to Spellpower and Holy Shock were announced I was really excited that I would finally be able to properly compete in pvp. Though the cutbacks to the damage that Judgment of Righteousness puts out left me at about the same place I was before in my old shock gear. At least now I'm able to actively DPS in raids while providing a serious percentage to healing. I can't help but think that these changes are going to end up taking back alot of the needed fixes that the Holy tree received. I haven't even had much of a chance to stretch out my tanking muscles because I had to go out and re-gear 30% of my tanking set. ;oI don't feel that the true fix to this problem lies in the seals and judgments at all. I think they should hold off on such massive changes this early and allow people to better gauge what really needs to be adjusted about the Ret tree without killing the enjoyment of playing the other 2 trees. http://be.imba.hu/?zone=US&realm=Llane&character=Lancier
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