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2-18-2010 @ 4:21PM
Having no idea what a Necromaster or Runemaster class would entail, it kind of seems like Death Knights already practice necromancy and deal with runes. What was the difference?
2-18-2010 @ 4:23PM
Oh, and I can't express how excited I am about a Ruby Sanctum. :D doesn't seem to cut it, so here's a winky clown jack in the box:
2-18-2010 @ 4:24PM
Damn you, wow.com comment system! I've put up with a lot of crap from you, but now you make my winky clown jack in the box invisible? You sir, have gone too far.
2-18-2010 @ 4:29PM
That was my thinking to. I believe they just merged them all (we have ghouls like a necromancer--who would raise the dead) and we use runes as they come available.Diablo 2 is the best example of a necromancer that I know of, but it just seems like they merged it into the Unholy tree in my opinion. You summoned skeletons/undead who would fight for you, had a bone shield to protect you, and would shoot spirits (kind of like death coil, but white and sparkly) to attack people. The only other thing there was stuff like bone spear and bone wall.My guess is that there won't be necromancer's or runemasters later, because we have them in DK form already. I think I'd prefer a different hero class anyways.
2-18-2010 @ 4:36PM
I kinda agree, DKs are already pretty much a hybrid of necromancers and rune masters...overall i think runemasters are really like the iron council (med sized one) in Ulduar, and some of the iron dwarves in HFj, GH and SP zones. as for necromancers, they're more of a clothy cousin of the warlocks, just use undead pets instead of demons; think Gothik, Noth, and the 2nd boss of CoS. what's the difference between them and DKs? */shrug* plate armor, more melee less casting? i guess DKs are to necromancers as Pallys are to priests.
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