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10-30-2008 @ 3:08PM
Man I see a complete and utter civil war... you know how many fights there are going to be when a holy paladin tells a resto shaman how to heal?what about when the ret pally tries to blast a rogue for something? people of different classes already troll other classes forums to grief them now blizzard is giving them an excuse by letting them say "i'm supposed to write here, its my role forum" I can see it as 2 things: they're trying to organize the forums more because they are a mess and they are trying to slim the forums down. this would mean alot less lag on their website. I just hope Blizz hired more moderators for this circus their startingmy question is this.. where are all the class bug posts going to go? and i mean the real bugs, not just the QQ people do for this and that. cause thats the only thing those forums were ever totally good for (even though i understand blizzard never looked there unless they needed to lock a thread down)also whats going to happen to all those useful class specific posts for talent builds and such?..man this is dumber of them the more i think about it.
10-30-2008 @ 3:14PM
and by what i mean with "what will happen to all those class bug/useful posts" is that if they are kept and transfered to the role forum (which i know they wont) not every thing in them will be for the role that their set for. not to mention that if they did keep them we'd have to scroll past a million stickies to get to the new threads...now that i think about it this should have been the way it was in vanilla wow when all the tier sets regulated a class to one role, like all the shaman gear being resto, same with druid gear and the like.. this is going completely against the idea that that classes themselves can do many different things. its almost retroactive spec forums would be a ton better imo.
10-30-2008 @ 3:15PM
"what about when the ret pally tries to blast a rogue for something?"That would turn out brutal. Then again ANYTHING a ret pally would say in the DPS forums right now would turn into a "Flame the Pally" contest.
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