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11-27-2009 @ 5:35PM
At risk of sounding very negative about an extremely useful in-depth post, does this really belong in Shifting Perspectives?While everything here contributes massively towards Bears (and the other three tanking classes) the the other three roles assumed by druids (Ranged, Melee and Healing) are totally ignored within this.I'm surprised you didn't decide to write this in a separate column (possibly creating a new one for the sole purpose of these EH discussions) simply because the title is known for druid discussions. Being posted here makes 3/4 of the usual readers just skimming over the abstract and skipping the rest while also causing the other 3 tanking classes to potentially ignore it because they don't care about druids.However, negativity aside, I'll definitely be prodding our tank leader in this direction in case he's missed it. Should prove an interesting read for him at least.
11-27-2009 @ 6:22PM
I have no problem with shifting perspectives sometimes focusing only on one role.
11-28-2009 @ 1:39PM
If every Shifting Perspectives article covered something about every role (read: balance pvp, balance pve, feral pvp, feral pve dps, feral tanking, resto pvp, and resto pve) poor Allison would have to write a dissertation every week.
11-28-2009 @ 1:43PM
If every Shifting Perspectives article had coverage on every druid "role" (which if you wanted to be technical, would be balance pve/pvp, feral pvp, feral pve dps, feral tanking, and resto pve/pvp) poor Allison would have to write dissertations every week.
11-28-2009 @ 1:45PM
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