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12-21-2009 @ 4:07AM
Well This certainly changed:"Unfortunately, Warlocks still suck in PvP"Whoa boy is that ever not the case anymore. They are just beastly now, only warriors are more well represented (by a very small margin). I would feel sad for anyone who ditched their warlock for a DK after hearing those words (not really...I hate every class but my own, and, by extension, the people that play them).Looking back on wrath PvP, I think what blizz was striving for was to make every spec of every class pvp viable (a retarded goal), but what that meant was basically making each class it's own self contained unit that didn't really have to depend on anyone else. They made sure everyone had burst, everyone had cc, and everyone had survivability and I think that's what's leading to the problems that exist in PvP now. I think the prot specs epitomize everything that is wrong with that design, that's what happens when make a spec great or at least decent at absolutely everything.I'm glad to see that in the recent blue posts they are stepping back from that approach in Cata. Making it so that each class does not have access to everything, instead, they must work together with other classes to form a fighting force rather than just running around acting like a one man army *cough* paladins *cough*.Wrath was, I think, a little better than BC, and hopefully Cata will be a little better than wrath.
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