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5-13-2009 @ 2:31PM
I hope I can offer a useful contribution, being an atoholic...DruidMy first character is a druid who I now don't play as:- The feral skins. My eyes. Change them! Now!- Druids started off as hybrids where you could off-tank, do a bit of healing a bit of DPS - but the game has become a game of specialists now so if I want to tank well, I'll pick a class that is designed for it and has more abilities like the warrior... I do love my druid though.WarriorI'm loving my warrior - designed for tanking, lots of abilities and talents so I can do a great job and a variety of ways to tank - the warrior is like the swiss army life of tanking.PaladinI'm surprised that so many people play paladins - why? Healing is very boring - whack-a-mole and pretty much just 3 spells that you'd use all the time.Protection is fine... But just not as good as a warrior and call me old fashioned but I worry about tanking with a class that uses mana that runs out where rage is always being generated.Perhaps people play so many palas because of Ret - it's a little depressing if they do. It's such a easy spec to play... Note to the devs - designing a class that's all about burst damage means that you have to keep on nerfing it as it will easily become OP!MageI played my mage for a while but then got bored of it. Sadly a class that could be really interesting is mostly just a one button class - talent and glyph up your main nuke and keep on pressing it.... Again and again.I hope the devs redesign the mage so that it's talents mean that it can use lots of spells - the mage should be an elemental force of destruction using fire, frost and arcane in every fight - not just talenting up and hitting your nuke of choice.Death KnightI like my DK a lot - it's a really interestingly designed class (and incidentally you can see that Blizzard have it in them to design an interesting class - the paladin is at the opposite end of the scale though...).One thing that worries me - those cooldowns when I'm tanking and I can't do anything...Hope this was a useful contribution!
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