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1-10-2010 @ 8:06AM
I play a ret paladin, and in 3.0 when you know, we were OMG OP11!! NERFZZZ, that was ofc fun to play but a game has to be balanced to work out, though now we are pretty nerfed to the ground and I think just a slight buff for us would'nt hurt to much, like maybe give us SoV stack from crusader strike in pve, and in pvp we could use more offensive abilities, maybe a silence?
1-10-2010 @ 8:08AM
Forgot to add, I will probably keep playing my paladin even if we get even more nerfed etc, I love the paladin so much that I even have 2x lvl 80 pallies, (one horde and one ally), and I don't think blizzard would make our class "a free kill" again so I will hold on to my paladin(s) until I get bored with them.
1-10-2010 @ 8:43AM
Despite all the nerfs I think the AoW Exorcism synergy made us SO much more fun to play; despite it's previous instant cast it became much more fun timing it with AoW, and debating whether it's worth using or if you need a FoL.
1-10-2010 @ 10:35AM
I've been playing an Enh Shaman for 3 years now, I would hate to see it become an overpowered FotM some time. I rather be slightly underpowered than get my spec a bad reputation because of some clueless FotM rerollers, because I -do- know how to play.unfortunately I suspect Enh Shamans will be OP in cataclysm because of the total talent revamp needed because Hunters get focus.
1-10-2010 @ 12:32PM
I'd say Ret is in a pretty good place in PvE at the moment. In PvP, though, I agree that they could use some kind of improvement.
1-10-2010 @ 6:31PM
To be honest I hate how blizzard balances classes. It will nerf a class for PVP reasons when it's doing fine in PVE. And then to make up for the unintentional PVE nerf, it'll buff something else. Which then makes the class unbalanced in PVP. And forces blizzard to nerf something for PVP purposes.A nerf makes me less likely to PVP with that class is all. I stopped playing arena altogether, cause I got sick about how class dependent the fights were, and also how gear dependent. Very little of it has to do with skill. Or at least, skill doesn't really matter until you're rated very high in the first place. Because only then do you have the gear to not make that an issue.
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