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2-17-2009 @ 8:16AM
Am I the only one more interested in:- new content- more class balance- less bugs- less lagthan in dual spec?
2-17-2009 @ 8:48AM
hopefully not, as i play a lock and pally, dual specs will pad my pocket book but will not change the way i play... gold has really become such a non issue at the 50 gold level that respeccing is more of a time issue then a lack of funds...i am greatly looking forward to the changes coming in 3.1
2-17-2009 @ 9:17AM
No you are not the only one who is interested in that, but as of right now Blizzard has been less than forthcoming regarding information about the changes coming in 3.1, other than with dual specs. Besides, dual specs have been buzzing around the rumor mill since months before 3.0 came out, everyone was hoping that it would come out then. Alas, we were disappointed and we've been promised it will be coming out "soon." So until more definitive information is released by Blizzard, deal with it.
2-17-2009 @ 10:19AM
Nope. I, too, will be sticking to a single spec. Much to the dismay of my guild, as some of them were hoping I would switch between Bear and Tree.When I rolled my Druid I very carefully chose to spec him Feral, and I've worked hard to be the best Bear I can be. Healing? Not interested.I do wish there was more solo content coming in this patch. Does anyone remember 2.1? Yes, it had BT, but it also gave us Skettis, Ogri'la, Netherdrakes, the Netherstorm Consortium quests, and the Swift Flight chain.If all we get is dual spec and a new Raid, I'll be very disappointed.
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