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1-16-2010 @ 1:27PM
This whole pure dps class/ hybrid class is a bunch of BS! I have played a boomkin since it first arrived on the scene, he is the only toon i play. I dont tank, i dont heal, i am a DPS class the end, as a matter of fact i have never speced him anything other than boomkin. That being said, why should a dps class be crippled just because it has the option to be a tank or healer? i didnt choose to play a druid for the many role fulfillment, i choose to play a BOOMKIN, you know? the laser chicken being yelled for over trade! The Doomkin being used for its glorious buffs, the same buffs given to help those high horse PURE class dpsers so they can have that much more of and edge over us......SO IS THAT TO SAY,,, I PLAY DPS AND ....YOU ARE DPS...? you what if blizz wants to play that game, then take from my my options to tank and heal.....and give me back my deeps....
1-17-2010 @ 3:49PM
Druids also have a Innervate and a battle rez and the great raid buff. If feral/moonkin dps is equal to the pure dps classes then why roll a pure? Why not roll a paladin or druid? I was thinking of the idea of allowing players to trade in the bottom of their offspec trees for more dps. Don't want the option of going resto or bear? Then you can permanently disable that option and you get dps up to par of the pures. Every buff you bring to the raid should decrease you dps potential because that buff offset the decrease in dps. But I like the option of "trading in" some of your buffs/abilities for more deeps. Want to become as one dimensional as a mage, lock or rogue? Then fine pay the price of doing so. No having your cake and eating it too.
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