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3-04-2009 @ 9:13AM
What's wrong with making certain classes feel like they're being wanted i a raid ?Why the hell don't people just shut the hell up n stop moaning about every bloody f'kin thing that's "different" ?Let blizz spend there time on making more or better stuff to compliment the allready good game that WoW is today, instead of "fixing" stuff that's not even broken.
3-04-2009 @ 9:20AM
If only some classes are "wanted" in a raid, automatically the others become "unwanted" as the content becomes more difficult.
3-04-2009 @ 9:52AM
That would make sense if every single DPS needed to have replenishment. As it is, in, say, Naxx 25, you really only need one. That leaves what, more than 15 spots for other DPS classes. Sure, in 10 man it's a little more tight, but still. No one questions the fact that in a 10 man naxx, you're gonna need at least 2 tanks and 2 healers. Those things can only be provided by 4 specs each OMG! And you need 2 of each? How are we supposed to find that? "I don't see how requiring my 10-man raid to bring two of four specific healing specs AND two of four specific tanking specs, or face the consequences, makes the game more fun."Please, stop complaining about replenishment. It's better than BC, where the only mana battery option was a shadow priest, and now that you can only use one potion per fight, it's very useful.
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