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9-09-2009 @ 4:02PM
"Dynlor was a Protection-specced Paladin whose role was applying damage and pressure."Yea...fck prot pallys and fck that comp. For a while prot pallys had an insane amount of damage in addition to their godly survivability...there's nothing special or technical about that team...they were just exploiting.They didn't need a DK cause the prot was doing all the damage...the rogue was probably just there to be a stun monkey so the prot could run in and wreck whoever was unlucky enough to be in the rogue's stunlock. If you were trying to feature an awesome and innovative comp you failed...that comp is just another FotM...one I'm glad to see has passed.S7 seems promising so far...but I say that every season only to get repeatedly reemed by another FotM setup (DK/Druid anyone?)...so I'll hold off judgment for a few more weeks.
9-09-2009 @ 5:01PM
Lemmons, you and the author of Encrypted text are great.Im a rogue, and actually quit playing WOW and have since returned because of the improvements being made in PVP and the arena. Without Arena and PVP, WOW just doesnt do anything for me. Im the type of guy that would rather spend my time losing 50 arena matches rather then go into a raid.So far in season 7, Im just happy to see more people playing, looking for teams, having discussions in trade chat. Resilience appears to be back, which is huge. I run with a resto druid and I cannot tell you how much resilience (and imp. bark skin) have changed our arena lives. It lets the healers heal again. Its lets craftyness and improvization shine brighter. Mortal Strike matters again. I love it.The rating system is so much better and applicable to the WOW way of how things work. Work and dedication will be progressively rewarded.
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