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2-07-2009 @ 8:50PM
High on promises low on details that in the past has spelled trouble for mages until I see different thats what I expect this time.
2-09-2009 @ 10:14AM
My thoughts exactly. Look at a compiled list of changes. Every class gets 5 or 6 specific proposals and maybe one or two "we're thinking about this general topic" items. Mages get one specific and 3 "thinking about" items, and most of those have been on the agenda for a couple of years. Fire PvP, uselessness of spirit? Oh yeah, i remember talking about those back at the start of TBC. PvE shatter was all over WotLK beta mage forums.Admittedly, mages in general are doing ok right now, but a lack of specificity makes me think we'll get few problems fixed and possibly new problems introduced - and i'm not even talking about the nerfs that we know are coming. (arcane PvP, crit buff, etc.)
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