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11-05-2008 @ 4:14PM
If every class is equal for a role, how come most classes still don't have wipe prevention? Or some ability to get out of a boss's special attack (I can't tell you how sick I am of reading a boss strat and seeing, for instance, "Gorefiend's shadow of death can be removed by Divine Shield, Feign Death, Vanish and Iceblock)?Why should one class be able to chose high dps, great healing or awesome tanking when most other classes have a choice of dps, a different kind of dps, or a third type of dps?Why is there only one class that can battle rez? (it doesn't help that both of the races that can be that class have the most god-aweful zones in the game) I LIKE the theory behind this change, but I think several classes sort of get left out of the potential for variety that it is supposed to bring. I'm not asking for the classes to be indentical, I just want to have the same variety of toys that other classes do.
11-05-2008 @ 4:17PM
So now you wanna take away the VERY few differences that are left? GTFO!
11-05-2008 @ 7:35PM
You misunderstand. I'm not asking for all the differences to be taken away. I'm asking for more variety since they took away the OTHER differences.Warriors are no longer "special" because of their battleshout and commanding shout is less useful than Blessing of Might and Bloodpact. Then give warriors something to make up for it. The charge/intercept is nice, but like everything else, feral druids also have it.As it stands now, there's only two classes that have "all the goodies". Sure those are unique. The rest of us are not. There's no compelling reason to roll one "role" class over another, and even less so when two classes can do it all anyway.
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