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6-19-2009 @ 8:03AM
Mage is in pretty good shape ?Well we are better than TBC, but still have sub-par dps (locks and hunters do more dps)Fire has overaggro problems, ffb is too RNG and arcane is scaling bad w equipoh and we need a reworked evocationI agreed that melee dps is more risky than ranged and so they deserve a little more dps, but locks and hunters have more survavibility than mages, why are they garanted more dps ?may be because they do more QQ ?
6-19-2009 @ 8:17AM
Locks having more survivability? That's a joke.
6-19-2009 @ 8:27AM
No Magma, it is actually not a joke, everyone knows that locks have more survivability than mages, especially if we look at the most common PvE specs out there. Even GC states in the Q&A, that mages are still the most vulnerable class out there;"Mages still are a glass cannon when compared to priests and warlocks."But I do not feel our dps is too low at the moment, so I do not agree with Pozatti either, but your statement is incorrect Magma.
6-19-2009 @ 9:28AM
I have to disagree. I've seen mages consistently near the top of the meters, speaking both of myself and others in raids with many people consistently doing upwards of 4 - 5k dps. Ghostcrawler is actually correct to say that the mage is in a good place right now, as aside from frosts dps being rather lackluster there's no big issues causing the class grief. There's a lot of small tweaks I'd love to see them make, such as changing the first tier of the arcane tree so that it has something to offer frostbolt and fireball specs, and making combustion not suck. Beyond that it's all gravy.
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