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12-28-2009 @ 10:00AM
Thanks for the link and the article. :)I didn't like the demonology tree, ever, so I have avoided it. I grew up with affliction and love it, but the simplified affliction irked me so. The fact that destruction is so easy and dps so good, well, make affliction a little better but more complicated imo. If I never have to cast shadowbolt, I"ll be fine.I redid my affliction build as a mobile platform, where I think it still shines. Running around on Hodir dotting as I go was great fun. Something deep inside me loves running throw mobs with Shadowflame, probably the same part that agro's half the room on my druid with starfall, or requires my arms warrior to bladestorm after a charge, long before the tank has threat built up... but on the warlock it doesn't really hurt! (okay, distance vs melee threat threshold, but hasn't hurt yet!)I like the idea of fel-fire, but I think part of that is that I think it's such a simple change, a small cosmetic palette swap away. For all I know it's encoded so deeply that it might destroy IF by accidentally turning their brazier flames green. WoW is like that sometimes, you don't know where they coded stuff!Still, the only mage jealousy I feel is in their selection of Sheep Alts. We need a cosmetic thing. (And druids getting minor glyphs to change bear into boar or something would be cool too!)We also got a new Warlock writer this year, and I think we all like him so far. :)
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