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1-19-2009 @ 3:06PM
I know many in our guild are looking forward to the dual specs, namely our Druid healer and Priest healer. When they are grinding rep, or when we go to do a 5-man and only need one healer, it would be great to just switch.As a fire mage who doesn't PVP, the whole dual spec thing doesn't really impact me much. I have only had the need to be frost so few times that the cost to respec hasn't been a burden. I do feel for the Druids and other hybrid classes out there, for sure. Bring on the dual specs I say!- Kellyhttp://conventionfans.today.com
1-19-2009 @ 4:14PM
I'd actually say as a mage I'm really looking forward to duel-spec. Given that I am frosty, scrapping out every bit of DPS for a primary frostbolt based spec, is important to remain viable in a raid group. Sadly, the necessities in talenting and glyphs to become a frost raider remove the powers of the frost tree for soloing/grinding/farming unavailable (for example dropping the slow on the Glyph of Frostbolt, removing Improved Blizzard and getting rid of the Shatter/Frost Nova on Improved Ice Barrier). Also, if I did wanna PvP I'd of course want all these talents too.I can now solo with ease, PvP if I ever desire and be a good raider (without horrible DPS numbers) and save some gold. Win-win here too.Sarius
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