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7-17-2009 @ 11:11AM
You've got these ranged things, hunters, mages, they can all do my dps job better than I can, there's also these sneaky rogue types that can do better than I can as well (I wonder why they constantly moan but there you go).Then there's these others that are a bit like us, There's these things called Paladins and Druids that can tank better than I can, they can also dps better than me too, oh both can also heal better than I can... becuase I can't do that.There's also these Death Knight guys, they can do the same two jobs as me but do them much better than I can. They have these spelly diseasy things that really annoy everything.I will scream in your face or hit you really hard to piss you off. Warriors are fairly simple creatures really.It's called Balance Blizz. Not nerf the shit out of something you might not like but many others do.One thing I read in all these Q&A things was that a lot of players complained that PVP was looked at more than PVE when most players will PVE more than they PVP, the over-riding comment from Blizz was "we have to think about it". Fairly simple answer guys, make some talents SPECIFIC to PVP, put them on a level with other talents.For example: Give warriors an 'end talent tree' talent that bursts resiliance or increases damage against resiliance targets. Give mages an end of talent skill that gives huge spell penetration for PVE, Have a 2nd end talent that boosts PVE stuff. You could follow that all the way down the tree so players choose talents on a PVP or PVE basis, if people want the same tree but PVE and PVP, well that's what Dual spec is for, you said ages ago you could easily introduce a third.... do it but force one to be a PVP spec or something. To test Invite people who have played these classes to 'trial' new skills and put them against other balanced classes to try out the PVP or PVE on ESTABLISHED content rather than new stuff.Your community wants a great game as well as you. You could hide this as some kind of competition. Have a think guys please!
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