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2-06-2009 @ 12:56AM
Blizzard continues on its trek of epic fail.So their answer to get people to look at other specs is to straight up remove a nice percentage of DW DPS, and replace it with a talent that for DW is lackluster at best?And by moving Garg to the 51 point, with a damage buff, is only goign to encourage more deep Unholy builds.
2-06-2009 @ 3:38AM
DO NOT underestimate Unholy Blight.It's an amazing talent, yet awfully underrated.
2-06-2009 @ 9:37AM
The gargoyle move is yet another 32/39 nerf, but not terribly surprising considering the output of that build compared to others. Rogues got the same treatment when AR/Prep was all the rage. The design team doesn't seem to approve of high-performance specs that use an unanticipated combination of talents and mechanics.If they really want to increase the viability of specs outside unholy, why not adjust the auras in other trees to something that competes with Unholy Aura? A raid wide movement speed buff provides much more offensive "oomph" than the equivalents in other trees.
2-07-2009 @ 6:59AM
i hope they really think about the blood tree talent at least about the rune weapon talent i believe the rune weapon should get a buff similar to the gargoyle not a dmg buff but a time buff instead of needed full runic power to use it just drain runic power till 30sec that will balence blood i believe and should be changed.
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