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2-14-2009 @ 2:14PM
As a druid that adores boomkin and resto both and found myself switching to resto way too often to play my beloved moonkin form without losing too much gold this is a welcome change to me. Not sure what I'd do with feral spec.
2-14-2009 @ 2:32PM
^^ sameresto is dominate and what I love to do and is so much more satisfying and makes life in general so much easier11.5k starfire crits are awesome, love to go boomkin When i want to slaughter thingsdual specs will allow me to drop my alts and have one dominate Druid at both rolesSo happy
2-14-2009 @ 3:24PM
I'll admit to being a little obsessed with my druid, so that I'm one of my guilds main healers, I'm hitcapped in my balance gear (which is pretty similar to my resto gear), I've got 48k hp in my feral tanking gear, and my feral dps gear's pretty darned nice too! I think dual specs is really going to let hybrids shine, as long as people are happy to put the time and effort into their kit gathering.Personally, I'll be going with resto and feral tank as my two specs, as it means I can always get a group whenever I want to do something!
2-14-2009 @ 4:34PM
What about the consequences of dual spec? I mean, me being a druid, im happy with this change, but won't lots of people reroll a hybrid class?
2-14-2009 @ 4:57PM
I doubt it, people who roll pure classes are unlikely to suddenly feel the urge to be healing, and they'll still be desireable for their DPS.As has been commented elsewhere, its only really going to be a few people who end up using lexicons mid-raid.
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