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2-28-2009 @ 3:25PM
Blah blah blah... Bring the player not the class... I agree to a certain extent but not when the player is gimped by the class. As long as you can down the bosses then who cares what classes are in the raid right?However, if it's a case of bring the player not the class wouldn't this (eventually) lead to all classes being practically the same? Every class could tank, every class could heal, every class could dps... not mentioning any classes... Cough cough Palladins cough Druids cough cough... Where's the differentiation?If you are a DPS class but you want to heal then go a HEALER or pick a hybrid which can do both... BUT don't expect that class to DPS better than a pure DPS class... OR heal better than a pure HEALER class.That is balance.Personally, I'm tired of everyone wanting to be invincible. Look at the amount of people playing Pallas now? Nothing against Pallas... they seem to be the superclass at the moment.I am still of the opinion a pure class should > hybrid class at their specific role. It is a specific role and they should be the best at it (if played right).A specialist should be > than a jack-of-all-trades. In any situation when a jack-of-all-trades > than a specialist the specialist is then redundant/obsolete./wishes he didn't love his class so much atm and rolled a hybrid instead
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