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8-27-2009 @ 3:06PM
So...I feel like we are all becoming one class now.Remember when a Warrior was always a tank and a Priest was always a healer? I just feel like we are getting to the point where what class you are doesn't matter any more, you can do whatever you want. I really don't mind the fact that every class can fit into multiple roles but what I do have a problem with is that even the classes are losing their unique niches. One class does something really well and then everyone complains enough that their class can't do what the other classes can do, so blizzard gives them all the same abilities to make them happy. If you want those abilities, make an alt.I already feel that as a Priest my value has severely diminished since WotLK came out. I felt very needed and wanted in vanilla and BC but now, it seems like people prefer other healing classes and a priest is "ok to bring along because we need the buffs." Now I am losing that too. People complained about mortal strike, a unique warrior ability which can easily be gotten by ROLLING A WARRIOR but people complained enough so that mortal strike was passed out like candy. Now, via announcement at Blizzcon, we know that all healers are getting the ability to dispell magic. I say that if someone wants the ability to do a certain move, then they need to make one of those classes. I think it is stupid that Blizzard is catering to the complaints and giving certain classes the same abilities of the other classes just to make them happy. Why not just reduce it all down to 1 class so we can all do everything?!
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