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3-02-2009 @ 6:30AM
-posting system seems to hate my less than signthe problem with GC right now is that he introduces a new mechanic that looks good at first but doesnt work as well in practice.Affliction and maybe demonology warlocks use drain life as part of a rotation. as an affliction warlock i dont use up alot of shards so this change doesnt help me much.Demonology and destruction warlocks are the ones who realy need this mechanic, exept that drain life is night usless to them because even though it does x4 the damage at less than 25% health, they can do more DPS otherwise.This sucks royaly for pvp too. yes you can get shards back by draining that rogue, but when you are faced with a rogue you are lucky to have more than 20% health by the time you can get out of the stuns, and are more concerned at his other team mates than your shard managment.Warlocks are still broken. they fixed a few prolems in 3.00 by keeping our pets alive and making it so that gear is not better than skill (difficult rotations) but they created more problems by not communicating with the other class devs and what they were doing.this mechanic is not what we want. this is not what we need. this is nice for affliction warlocks but we dont ahve shard issues. its like giving a small child an extravegant gift: they only play with the wrapping paper in the end./rant over
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