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5-07-2009 @ 5:43PM
^^I think this is well said, and lacks the elitist attitude found in most posts on the subject.I'm a disc. priest, and I'm specced 62/9/0 - which is just right for me. I'm successful in raids, and solo play and PVP are fun and easy.I've never minded -suggestions- about talent specs, but outright demands from other players are uncalled for and not responded to. My biggest gripes about specs is when holy priests tell me I should spec holy to be an effective healer (if I wanted to group heal I would. I don't. I prefer being the guy healing the MT); also when people who have never played a priest (by their own admission) tell me that discipline is a uselss spec. "How would you know when you have no experience?", I ask them. The answer is always the same "That's what I've heard". I ask them if they believe everything they hear, and that ends the conversation.
5-07-2009 @ 6:38PM
I feel the same way when people (especially on here) say you can not raid Frost. Guess what... I have been raiding frost for a long time (since BC, at any rate). I am in the top 25% of my raids DPS even with a 'non raid viable' spec.
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