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1-09-2010 @ 2:13PM
1-09-2010 @ 3:45PM
We're going to have a very unhappy main tank tomorrow evening for 25's as well. :( Nerf bat sucks, but I imagine the job of trying to balance classes within and without pvp and pve sucks even more for the devs. They're damned if they do and damned if they don't.
1-09-2010 @ 5:29PM
Is it just me or are pallies once again going un-nerfed to a very similar situation? Yes, I've seen warriors crit for 20k+ damage with a shield slam thanks to the T10 set tier bonus. But that's physical damage, so it gets mitigated by armor. I've also seen prot pallies do the same thing with their equivalent skill, Shield of Righteousness, up to 18k crits of HOLY DAMAGE (holy damage is NOT mitigated by armor). A shield slam crit would do maybe 8-12k to a geared plate wielder, and this can only be done in the 10 seconds of shield block ability. Pallies can pretty much that damage all day long, but obviously, 18k non-physical damage on demand isn't worth a nerf.End of my rant about how blizzard loves to ignore paladins. I think I'll roll one.
1-09-2010 @ 5:49PM
You must have seen the paladin on the best day of his life then. The most I have ever seen a BV boosted crit for Shield of Righteousness in the 10 to 12k range. And thats on a crit, which in prot gear happens around once a month. I am pretty sure the paladin spell already has the BV cap on it they are giving to warriors, as there comes a point where adding more does not seem to do much.
1-09-2010 @ 6:48PM
On a completely different subject - who was the warrior player that made the video that got Rage Normalized way back when? He's got an NPC named after him someplace, forgot the name...
1-09-2010 @ 11:47PM
George -Kargath (H)My hero =P
1-10-2010 @ 8:11PM
His name was Indalamar and the NPC(Ramaladni) was in the original 40man Naxx.
1-11-2010 @ 9:45AM
@ ButtsWhere have you been? Paladins are pretty much the most focused and worked on AND nerfed class there is. Asking for more undeserved nerfs because of a perceived insult to the warrior class is rather childish.
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