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9-14-2009 @ 6:07PM
What a load of trash. CC cleave has been dominating for how long? how many years? Meanwhile beast cleave has been viable for about two weeks and it gets nerfed.
9-14-2009 @ 10:10PM
In addition, how can this be a 'balancing' act in terms of PvE after the buffs BM got which, while being buffs, still leaves BM way behind MM and Surv for DPS as of now.Yet more chaff from Carrington.
9-15-2009 @ 2:23AM
Indeed, this is another nail in BM coffin as far as PvE is concerned.
9-16-2009 @ 1:15AM
rmp is about co-ordinating burst with cc.beast cleave is about just nuking.pretty sure beast cleave got the nerf it deserves.
9-16-2009 @ 10:34AM
Yea theres no denying that beast cleave deserved a nerf, but the problem still lies that ANY viable cleave team just ruins arenas. However much you want to whinge against RMP it still requires co-ordination and teamwork, cleaving is just about doing so much damage it cant be healed through......brute force shouldnt be a viable option to win RATED arenas like they do.
9-16-2009 @ 4:42PM
Beast Cleave relies on damage without CC because hunters have always had, currently have, and will continue to have for the foreseeable future, pisspoor CC. Until we get targeted, spammable, non-cool-downed CC like mages or warlocks, hunters will never be viable in arena. I guess that 0.5% of arena players who played hunters was just too much for GC to handle. He won't be happy until that number reaches zero.
9-17-2009 @ 1:18AM
"Beast Cleave relies on damage without CC because hunters have always had, currently have, and will continue to have for the foreseeable future, pisspoor CC."Hunters have and always have had good cc.
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