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2-25-2010 @ 1:21PM
thanks for reading or not.I have said warriors are hydrids in my post. If the part that my warrior should not be doing the same dps as a mage/lock/rogue/hunter was enough of a hint.And I brought this up because this buff to warriors having much less stam then pallys in high level gear.And still pallys are most likely the best tank even after this. And they do comparable dps to warriors. And even to go more far they have the biggest heals in raids.You can't have a hybrid class excell in every roll. It will just make everyone flock to one class like.........idk how it is now? How on most servers pallys make up around 12-16% of the player population at 80? Even more then the Dk's that start at level 56 when leaving the level area. Hell it is almost impossible to do a 10 man without 2 pallys in it. Just because they are the most used class.And this is why you can not make hybrids excel too high. However this could of been a plan from blizzard to make pallys a powerful force in lich king. Where pallys are known to be stronger against the undead and against a pally that went against the order.If anything it is most likely a great idea to make pallys a strong force during a expansion. On a lore point of view. Game wise it is not smart at all.Hell maybe in Cata. shaman's become OP all of a sudden? And it will fit the lore perfectly.
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