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8-22-2009 @ 6:56PM
This isn't going to be very friendly I don't think to specs that spend points across the three trees of their class, but thinking about it, quite often this was done for the 'passive' effects, taking warrior as example.. Parry from Arms, Cruelty from Fury, etc, for a tank. So if those passives go away, perhaps some of the reason for spreading across the trees will be reduced anyway.Not too sure what I think about that, but this is still very early days yet. Overall, I am quite in love with the concept, but will reserve final judgement til it's.. well.. final. :)
8-22-2009 @ 7:00PM
That was only a problem because of imbalanced talent trees. The ideal situation according to Blizzard is 51 points in your main tree and 20 points in a offspec tree of your choosing. It didn't work this way because for various reasons. With the mastery system Blizzard might have a chance of accomplishing this.
8-22-2009 @ 7:02PM
You wouldnt think so, but remember, they are pulling all the passive stat bonuses out of the talent trees, so there is less of an incentive to take some of those trees.
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