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1-12-2010 @ 11:43AM
I was with you until the gag order and heroic throw nerf. A nerf to these two talents would severely hurt the already lacking AoE threat of a PvE warrior. Especially when pallies can silence pull up to 3 casters and we have one. A heroic throw nerf wouldn't even be that effective in PvP as it doesn't bring PCs to the user only NPCs. Is a mage going to get upset enough to go hit the warrior with a staff? No. If anythng, just make it an interrupt in PvP not a silence but leave the talent alone when it's in PvE. MAybe make it a min/max range ability like shooting? Also the damage of a prot warrior is a problem....sorta. In PvP a shield slam can get some AMAZING damage. This is only single target damage though. This devastating in Arena but mildly effective in PvE. So, take away some of the single target damage but replace it with some AoE damage and threat. A pallies consecrate and a death knights D&D does a constant tick of damage. When isolated it seems negligable but added up during a pull, makes for some decent numbers. The warrior equivalent TC/ shocwave is an instant bit of damage with some threat. What I'd like to see is a talent that stacks with Deep wounds and TC. Essentially making TC similar to consecrate. A warrior would keep a low DPS, high threat dot on any mob hit by thunder clap. Then blizz can hit SS with the nerf bat. THWACK !
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