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2-17-2009 @ 8:14AM
It'll be PVE Holy and PVP Ret for my Pali.My biggest concern about dual specs are:1.) Retards running around masquerading as healers or tanks, saying "ZOMG I R TEH HEALERS OR TANX" only to find out that they suck after you've gone through all the work of putting together a group.2.) DPS' starting to roll on tank and healing gear just because there's a possibility that they can use it. I mean, it would really irritate me if DPSer's start need rolling on healing gear against designated healers/tanks just because dual spec allows them to fill the role also. While I think dual-specs are a great idea, I also foresee them causing a whole lot of grief and frustration.
2-17-2009 @ 8:35AM
I agree with you, but also don't think you have to worry much. It takes a certain mentality to heal and tanks you can generally see judge a tank by his gear, not his HP mind you, but the amount of defense and enchants on his gears.Real tanks spend endless amounts of gold to make sure their gear is up to par.As far as specs for me...The pally will be tank/holy, its easy to pick up all that healing plate when you tank all the time and I was able to make an entire set on the way to 80. Trinkets are the only place I'm lacking, but a few badges here or there can fix that problem.The druid will be resto/balance. The gear consolidation has helped tremendously with this and though the resto set doesnt have hit on it, I was able to DPS in my resto gear last night with 1500 DPS. When the healer went down on the rock boss in H NEXUS I was able to heal the group through the encounter.
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