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2-27-2009 @ 1:22PM
Yes, and us pure-bred dps can... ... ... do a slightly different type of dps. Just incase we need it, yaknow. Because with our loot being handed out more to dual speccing hybrids we really need that.At least we save money by not buying it though... if that can be considered a plus from all this.
2-27-2009 @ 1:51PM
1- Yes, pure dps classes can benefit from this, too. For example, I want to spec my hunter BM when we do have replenishment and Surv when we don't.2- If your guild is giving something you need for your main spec to someone who's taking it for their offspec, you need to be raiding with different people.
2-27-2009 @ 1:57PM
True, but the benefit to pure dps is still incredibly less than it hybrids or group roles (healers and tanks). I want it for the healers and tanks so we can actually function when we're not in a group... but the hybrid classes are really going to tread on the pures toes.And luckily my guild aint that sucky, but not everyone will be guild running, with 10 mans being PUGable these days, its very easy to be ninjas by offspec gear for others, and I only see this as happening more frequently when dual-specs goes live.
2-27-2009 @ 6:02PM
I play a DPS spec class, a Hunter and I love this idea. I can choose to switch between PVE and PVP and I'm good to go... or just have two different specs on any class that I can toggle through without having to respec throw away glyphs etc.1k is going to be a bit steep for my orphan mage on another server (ran out of Earthen Ring slots) but one can't have everything.
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