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4-17-2009 @ 4:21PM
dk´s needs to be op...if not noone will play them?
4-17-2009 @ 4:36PM
Mmm... let me see:-They look totally badass in black amor with skulls.-Death themed = cool-Have pets = lulz that's awesome-Have a lot of choices on playstyle (more than warriors at least)-start at lvl 55 and have a free mount-Arthazzz iz awesome lulz!!111!!!one!!And you think people plays them just because they're OP?
4-17-2009 @ 4:57PM
By that logic, why would anyone play a priest, druid, shaman, mage, warlock, warrior, paladin, hunter, or rogue if they aren't OP?A class should be played because the player enjoys that class more than the other 9, not because it's actually imbalanced to be mathematically better.
4-17-2009 @ 5:09PM
Or you know, not trying to shoot your down for being an ass or anything, but maybe alot of players have tired of playing the same 9 classes over the course of 4 and a half years? I mean, hell, if they had released SUPAH DRUID as the hero class I'd still roll it. I played a Warlock for four years. It was time to try something else. I had tried every other class in the game, and stuck to none; long nights spent pondering why concluded with one word: Dots.And that would be the single reason I play a DK. Damage over time mixed with an entirely different play style. It's not that I said "OMG DK ROCK AND ARE OP." It's the same thing as when Warlocks were considered OP back in early/pre BC and a tremendous amount of people criticized me for playing a Warlock (though I always played Affliction...). I started playing a Warlock back in 1.3. Which you may not remember, it's been a while, Warlocks were laughed at universally. Low DPS, no survival, just a weak mage with a pet. They've finally been grounded to a decent level of high DPS/moderate survivability.
4-17-2009 @ 5:28PM
-----Saintgutfree said...I started playing a Warlock back in 1.3. Which you may not remember, it's been a while, Warlocks were laughed at universally.-----"Warlocks are mushrooms.""This is called 'balance.'"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJWeWMKfa3g
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