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1-24-2010 @ 12:15PM
Please let it be a buff to Thunder Clap. Come on, 4 second cooldown. But I suppose a 50% buff to our only real AoE would be too much. Sigh.
1-24-2010 @ 12:19PM
A 4 or even 3 second cooldown or a sustained DoT on the ability would be bloody ideal. I'd especially like a DoT on it because frankly, I'm tired of having to spec Impale. I'd like to be able to pick up some of the Fury utility talents.
1-24-2010 @ 12:24PM
This, but we know what'll actually happen. Lowered cooldowns on all abilities! Now we can be out of rage and waiting for an auto-attack three seconds earlier in a fight!What they need to do, and won't:* Fix armor penetration.* Fix block.* Fix rage generation when not in top-end gear.* Fix drastic gear scaling resets for warriors.I'm *tired* of being balanced as if every warrior is Kungen, Swifty or Draek.
1-24-2010 @ 2:03PM
"I'm *tired* of being balanced as if every warrior is Kungen, Swifty or Draek."Man, I don't think this can be said enough. I really think that the "trickle down" changes they make do nothing of the sort. It's more of a giant bell curve that impacts low geared warriors much more severely than the top tier. They need to take the blinders off and realize this.
1-24-2010 @ 2:43PM
I've always maintained since the beginning of Wrath that a sustained DOT on thunderclap (even if i had to spec/glyph for it) would make me start tanking again.As a lower geared warrior on a trash pull, I would pray for thunder clap to crit. If it didn't, trigger happy melee dps would likely peel off at least one add before combat ended, and I hated the panic of trying to bring it back under control.
1-24-2010 @ 4:58PM
It will be Devastate. we have to press the key constantly so it make s sense. Some DOT in applied after 5 stacks or something (Vengange / corruption lite?).Cant say I like it but I reckon thats the way they will go.
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