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1-26-2009 @ 5:43PM
You know why I don't want it back.. because it's going to force players to bring in a mage for every 5 man. Nobody would PUG a Shattered Halls without a mage or viable CC unless your tank and healer were overgeared and didn't even need to be there bar rep. I used to remember as a hunter even though I could trap just fine that still doesn't solve the resistance and plain F-ups from a tank or dps breaking a trap even if you did have time to prepare a double trap and if you were double trapping.. I think this just favors the opinion of CCing was a waste of time for JUST TRASH.Someone mentioned above possibly bringing more CC encounters into an actual boss fight. That I would like, make it more challenging. However we don't need no super trash I'd rather the tank thunderclap and dks do their ae awesomeness as they are now.
1-27-2009 @ 10:50AM
Crikey, bring a Mage to shattered halls? Nah, seriously, as a warrior tank the 7 mob packs were not much easier as 6 so a mage was never a necessary class to bring along. If anything they were a bit more of a liability there, anyone in cloth was squishy and really had to be on their toes to survive watching aggro carefully - after all the warrior tank did not have a failproof method to keep aggro up on everyone.Personally I found it was easier with a off tank like a dps warrior or someone else wearing plate since the worry was a lone mob losing aggro (cannot hold aggro easily on 7 in those days!) and going for the healer, although with other instances the mage was always a very welcome addition.
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