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7-13-2009 @ 2:29PM
Ok....let me just say this. I continue reading "The Colosseum" in hopes that it will be something new. But, it never is...it's always a priest, a paladin, or a warlock. And what's better, you got a holy paladin(typical) in a 2v2 team with a DK(typical). Keeping with the trend that what's popular and amazing in arena is what EVERYONE obviously want to see and/or read about.Can't you give us interviews with any of the other, less seen, classes? You know, the ones who have worked their tails off to get where they are, that aren't exactly the greatest PvP class out there. Please interview a new class.Please.
7-13-2009 @ 3:40PM
"Always" a warlock? Not really.
7-13-2009 @ 3:44PM
Bleh, it cut off the rest of my comment. I was going to add that, yes, I do agree that it has been the same classes over and over again, but we've had ONE warlock.
7-13-2009 @ 7:51PM
There was only one warlock seen in a very long while on this column... and actually Warlocks are "lesser" when it comes to arena really. Warlock arena pvp is in a horrible place now. Paired with a pally/dk any caster is probably going to do ok buts most mages will be with priests and rogues, so that leaves warlocks with pally and dk. Pally/DK is very typical but I think with Arena population being so low the author is probably finding it difficult to find anyone other than these classes. Hopefully next season will be better. Or maybe blizzard will finally take focus away from arena and give the best pvp gear in BGs where they belong.
7-14-2009 @ 12:43AM
Agreed. I don't need to read about the strats these popular class/specs play; I see them in Arenas over and over!How about a post about an Enh/Disc 2v2 from the Enh perspective? That's a rare but viable comp. Or maybe some interviews that really focus on 3v3?
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