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7-09-2009 @ 2:25PM
An entire Q&A of nothing...Now I know what it's like to feel like a mage./frown
7-09-2009 @ 3:00PM
"Now I know what it's like to feel like a mage."Whiny and pouting?
7-09-2009 @ 4:45PM
My feelings as a mage about our Q&A were kind of mixed. It is kind of disappointing not to get a bunch of new changes, but on the other hand I feel like my mage does reasonably well in both PvE and PvP now. I do believe that Fire is unbalanced right now for PvP, but since I enjoy Frost and Arcane so much more anyway, it doesn't really affect me.At this point I'm just happy there are no nerfs.I'm also leveling a pally alt for tanking though and right now (Level 61) the burst seems pretty insane. Is this because the coefficients on my spells scale differently at that level? I burn down some mobs by popping two spells sometimes, and I don't remember my priest or mage being that OP at that level. I assume this balances by 80? Not that I'll mind if they're OP once I have one... ;)
7-09-2009 @ 9:49PM
No...your Paladin's burst doesn't balance at 80 -.- he'll continue to OP...don't worry. In fact I wish blizz would do something about prot pallys damage! I run uld with a prot pally and she ends up 2nd or 3rd on the meter in damage done pretty much every raid. It's a little absurd that a tank could even come close to the DPS as far as damage done in a raid enviroment, even with pallys being the aoe tanks that they are...now that's unbalanced.Speaking of unblanaced...when you say Fire Mages are "unbalanced" in PvP I assume you mean they're UP, but, just to let you know, usually when people say a class is "unbalanced","imbalanced", or "broken" it's a good thing.
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