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3-11-2009 @ 2:36PM
Common, give them a good reason to combine them....
3-11-2009 @ 3:36PM
Are you kidding me?"Eyonix says that Blizzard feels that Pallies and Shamans brought too many unique buffs to a group"So on one hand Blizzard feeds us all this line of BS that they are worried that tanking classes are all becoming too much alike, though I might remind everyone that it was Blizzard who decided to give bears a last stand, Blizzard who gave warriors their own consecrate with an improved tclap, Blizzard who gave warriors their own holy shield with shield damage, Blizzard who gave paladins, um oh wait...Anyway, they talk out of their asses. On one side they are saying they are worried that certain classes and specs are becoming too much alike and then now they are saying that classes are too unique.Blizzard spent all that time trying to balance shammies and pallies from the old world days that now they are trying to make sure they can't complement each other in a raid now they they play for both factions?I, for one, can't wait for the day where when it comes time to create a toon, we all pick a race, hit random and it makes us a class. The class is really just to identify us because then we will all have access to 30 different talent trees and with the low cost of only 50,000g you can purchase not dual specs, but triconta-specs so that everyone can play every spec as the need arises and Blizzard finally abandons the idea that they can balance classs that are inherently unbalanced based on a particular raid encounter or specific pvp matchup.
3-11-2009 @ 3:39PM
Um... I was just saying to combine them, the healing and mana restore totems, you know, like an earlier plan? No better way then to make them separate buffs entirely.
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