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3-13-2009 @ 2:57PM
I highly doubt he has forgotten the Shaman class seeing as Matthew Rossi not only writes the Warrior column on this site but also the Shaman column as well. And the difference between the comparison of 3trees/2specs is that Warriors have melee/melee/tankmelee, while Priests have heal/heal/casterDPS. Shaman on the other hand have casterDPS/melee/heal.I don't understand why people bother to post things mocking Warriors in a column where we say we haven't seen any changes and want to see some changes. At least give us SOME changes to test. So far in the PTR we've seen negligible adjustments over the entire course. I read patch notes and see half a screen of changes for every other class, and when I scroll down to the Warrior changes I see roughly 2-3 lines, and they are usually minor changes like "Changed Blood Frenzy from 2% to 4%", which is nothing significant.On a strange note, I play an Arms Warrior on live and generally I end up somewhere in the range of 3-5 on the DPS meters. Now, I know my class fairly well, and I have pretty decent gear for 25mans, outgearing a lot of the other DPS players simple because I've been 80 and raiding since mid-December. So I can't really complain. I'm sure if I found a guild that had every player be wearing best in slot though, that I would drop from #3 to #13, simply because of the way my class works.I really hope we get some changes on the PTR that are significant soon, just to have some reason to get back on there and test things. I popped on to test out Shattering Throw, got that done, and haven't been back since cause I see nothing worth really testing yet.
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