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3-04-2009 @ 9:35AM
"Why are people not complaining about a shamans heroism being unique???"It will happen.Trust me, one day, one day soon, it will happen.
3-04-2009 @ 11:56AM
Furthermore, I'm surprised people don't complain about the Shaman's 15 minute HS. ...especially if you glyph it, doesn't it cut it down even more? (Okay, this has nothing to do with replenishment, but couldn't help myself.)
3-04-2009 @ 3:36PM
@DeadlyOh No!! Shamans have a 15 minute hearthstone (glyphed to 7.5 minutes). What about mages who have a 10 second hearthstone to any major city they like at the cost of 10s (at friendly)? Nothing is completely unique in mechanics to any one particular class (except some talents). For example, mages have polymorph that works on humaniods, beasts, and critters (but who cares about critters) while shamans have hex that works on humanoids and beasts.If you dive deep enough, every class has unique talents that help out a raid in one way or another. These talents make every class unique. I haven't seen anyone complain about the talent Focus Magic in the arcane tree for mages, but it is completely unique in nature. Even then, there are some talents that are the exact same for different classes just worded differently (i.e. nature's swiftness/presence of mind or the 3% hit given to almost any spellcaster class). P.S. I'm sorry this seems mostly about shamans and mages, but those are my two 80s so I know the most about those two classes.
3-04-2009 @ 5:11PM
Thing is, WoW is slowly being homogenized, which means that everything is being made the same. Combat homogenization is largely due to PvP and PvPers screaming "imbalance" and Class-Specific Utility homogenization is due to bad players.:-(
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