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12-07-2008 @ 10:27AM
I'm pretty amazed at all the immature ranting going on in this column from the DK's :P Do you guys all know each other and this is a guild joke, or are you truely that immature? please shape up a little, theres no place for ranting like that here, go to the official boards if you want to act like that. all it really does is make everyone disregard any comment you had made, even if it had a shred of truth to it.On the subject, sounds like its a global issue that affects quite a few classes. I would dare say that if blizz fixes this one, then they shodul fix teh others as well. now, the only caveat here is if blizz had allowed the others to be in by design. What i mean by that is if they allowed the others limitations to stay in because they were happy with the results even with teh 'bugs' in place. It seems that at least for thsi case blizz's intentions were that every DK got a benefit from applying their third disease.While i don't play a warlock, i do play a rogue (and DK), and if the poison limitation is hurting their dps potential, lets fix it. same with locks. And jury's still out on top DPS folks, dont be flashing epeen fluffing comments yet, all 3 DK specs are close enough to each other that it largely depends on player skill as to DPS output. Currently the top DK's in our guild are unholy. that could change with the adjustments they want to make to blood...who knows...
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