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4-11-2009 @ 9:27AM
Sweet tap dancing Christ, we're not even to the first major content patch... no new expansion please- not yet anyways. As much as I want there to be another expansion, I don't want it in a year- things we already have need fixed & polished before more features are added.Balanced PvP, motivation to play in battlegrounds, challenging and worthwhile 10/25man raids (maybe some you can't just pug in 10 minutes),.. just some things that come to mind. I'd rather see current problems fixed & enjoy the happy balance for a while before we have more "selling points" thrown around.Dual Specs: an improvement on things we already have (respeccing/talent trees) Gear Manager: will eventually improve things that WoW is already capable of doing whether you use the addon or type out macros to equip offsets. These are good things.Hero Classes: Death Knights are fun, but they're not anywhere near balanced yet & all of us with DK alts know it. Hero Class said "Let's play Rock, Paper, Scissors" and went "1,2,3, shoot... Mine looks like an airlplane- I win!" Arenas and Battlegrounds: huge drops in participation. While I know some Blues are taking comfort in the possibility that it's the lack of "free epics" driving away "moochers" or some such nonsense, I'd like to put another theory out there; it's not fun anymore, it's frustrating. Even if you join a queue for a change of pace, three 10min battlegrounds later of unbalanced team numbers/unbalanced classes or specs destroying anyone in sight with no fear of death, et cetera.. you don't want to do it anymore. You didn't go in for free honor because most of the honor gear is a distant third to pug-raid gear & BoE Auction epics, but you sure as hell left because it wasn't fun.I hope I'm not the only one who feels this way- I just want what I currently have to kick so much ass that I can be pleasantly surprised at a 4.0 announcement whenever it may come, instead of being so unsatisfied that I start looking for a future hope to grasp onto and asking for more.
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