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3-19-2009 @ 8:26AM
So if I understand all the QQing...(starting with Pallies only because it's a pally thread)Pallies are sad because they can't DPS as well as they think they should (as high as pure DPS classes).Druids are sad because they can't tank as successfully as they think they should.Shammies are frustrated because neither their healing nor their dps is as high as they think they should be (as high as pure healing or dps classes).'Pure'-function classes like mages (DPS) and priests (healing) are annoyed that hybrids with dual-specs will entirely push 'pure' classes out of raid groups. Hybrids are bothered that 'pure' classes will get to dual spec into PVP and PVE forms, pushing them out of one or the other.DKs are sad because they are getting nerfed and (perhaps) won't be able to do all things at all times better than everyone.I don't really read clothie forums or blogs, but I'm positive there are whinges there along these same lines.Finally, everyone's QQing about how a) WoW is getting easier and easierb) all the classes are getting homogenized, with all the classes' abilities getting spread out to everyone one way or another.Does that about sum it up? Because the final two QQ's seem to follow logically as a result of Blizzard RESPONDING to the first bunch of QQs.Congratulations players - you're getting what you asked for, and you're still unhappy.
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