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10-30-2008 @ 3:43PM
I support the decision. Reading forum posts, every single class claims that they are not viable because other classes outperform. To discuss issues specific to a class people will make different threads so it won't be hard to figure out. Besides, I think that it will help understanding how (for example) your own class can heal by seeing how other classes do it. Plus this will help with discussing buffs and their effects. Also talking in a common forum will bring out flaws and new ideas for the mechanics of the game (instead of individual abilities). In general it is probably a good change.
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