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3-11-2009 @ 2:40PM
Not to whine but I think this buff streamlining is particulairy bad for Shamans.after all their entire totem system is based on giving powerful buffs, it even has been explained to be the reason totems have so little health.Shamans need a Paladin like revamp imo, they are too out of line with Blizz' new design goals.of course Shamans perform well in PvE atm but the totem system is very outdated, other classes give the same buffs but they last on everyone wherever they go and when the buffer dies.
3-11-2009 @ 2:59PM
The revamp is coming. Remember GC's call for any and all comments on the shaman class a month or two ago?I have absolute faith that they're working on it.
3-11-2009 @ 3:10PM
"I have absolute faith that they're working on it."Soon.lol
3-11-2009 @ 7:11PM
"I have absolute faith that they're working on it."How'd that Shaman review go for ya?You know, the one before TBC....
3-11-2009 @ 9:23PM
Elmo's right, buffs have been more and more streamlined lately. Assuming a DK is present, a 25man raid has no use for more than 1-2 shamans, as all buffs they can provide are easily overlapped by other classes. Now they allow Pally's to overwrite our stuff too? What exactly is the point of totems any more, other than very situational functions?This promised revamp had better come soon. Shammy populations are dwindling as it is.
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