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1-10-2010 @ 9:00AM
The only way that a nerf could make me decide not to play a class would be if said nerf suddenly made the class not fun to play anymore. While I'm an altaholic, I've never been one to start playing a class suddenly because it's supposedly overpowered, and I wouldn't drop one because it's suddenly underpowered, unless the change that made it underpowered made it no longer fun to play.For example, my main is an arcane mage - just hit 80 last night, oddly enough with a discovery in the Storm Peaks - and if Blizzard, say, removed the stacking effect of Arcane Blast or lowered the Missile Barrage proc to something like 10%, that would take away a lot of what I enjoy about playing the class. I love waiting for that chance to unleash Channeled Arcane Doom upon an enemy. *grin* Without that? I just wouldn't enjoy the class as much, even though I could respec.
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