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3-02-2009 @ 2:46PM
THANK YOU!!!I thought I was the only one that believed this. No one expects Blizzard to adjsut encounters (or I didn't think anyone did, though Schramm apprently did on the podcast) that require 8 tanks.People do expect certain encounters to be more healer intensive or off tank oriented. In this, there will continue to be min-maxing of raid slots for certain high end (and I mean the very high end) raiding guilds.Though the idea in practice seems somewhat unfair to the non-hybrid classes, this decision (and others like it) do not effect the average non-casual wow player.People need to acknowledge the tiers of players that wow has on the PVE side of the game. There are high end raiders, lower end raiders who make it a point to raid every week, but sometimes have real life things that can't be avoided, and then there are even lesser (if you want to call it that) until you fall of into total casual player who is on maybe a couple hours a week.Most of these players cryign foul are like Joe the plumber and taxes. They are all concerned about the day they might be making 250K and be bumberd into another tax bracket that they dont understand that dual specs are intended to help them the most.Let the min maxers do that, and everyone else should stop pretending like they are in that couple percent of players who saw Sunwell pre-nerf.
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