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5-15-2009 @ 12:48PM
I'm surprised nobody said anything about the doomguard. Talk about a lock nerf. You know, the more we go along in wraith the more it seems they really just want us to do things *their* way. Everyone is supposed be doing the same dps, the tanks are all the same, the healers are all the same but now have to worry about mana (along with everyone else). Honestly since 3.0 blizz has been a fun-suck. Meanwhile people are leaving in droves. Of the dozen or so blogs i used to read, 10 quite in either 3.0 or 3.1. My best friend is quiting, a whole bunch of guildies are quiting, WoW is definately dying for now.
5-15-2009 @ 3:14PM
This isn't even a real patch and they nerf warlocks. Granted, I haven't been playing affliction lately, so my doomguard stays in the chaotic ether somewhere.What really gets me is that warlocks still are somehow on Blizzard's hit list. Off the top of your head, name a warlock buff in the past two years. Can't name one? Neither can I.This gives me the distinct impression that Blizzard is moving in a new direction with warlocks. After all, we have mages for spell dps. I think they have one of the following in mind:1- Warlocks become the first bandage-based healing class.2- Soulshatter is removed, along with the aggro-decreasing talents. All warlock spells are given the same aggro multiplier as tank abilities, creating the first cloth-clad tanks.The homogenization of the classes has hit warlocks particularly hard because they were unique. That and we're still paying the price of being OP in Burning Crusade. In the good old days, we had minions to tank and dps, and were a hearty cloth class with lots of health who had some nice self-heal abilities. On top of that, we could dps with the best of them. Now we've been slowly reduced to second-rate mages who get an extra vanity pet.We'll give up our evil ways, Blizzard! Now can we gnome warlocks get some love?Meh, who am I kidding? We're warlocks. We're evil.
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