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3-01-2010 @ 3:29PM
Actually, I just wish they would allow non-plate wearers to have alternative ways to gain armor.The mage armors are interesting, but offer little as far as actual physical armor. The arcane talent is so hilariously bad that it would only make up for the cloth-plate disparity on a single item. Maybe.Warlock fel armor? How is armoring yourself in demonic energy supposed to be less effective than normal metal.Priests have Inner Fire, which is on par with the arcane talent as far as armor value.Why are all of the caster classes capable of harnessing incredible magic energy, but can't actually protect themselves farther than a 1 or 2 shot bubble?As for non-plate wearers, what ever happened to the old D&D theory of "less armor = greater mobility = better dodging".Instead, we have raids decimated by a wayward spell in PvE, and have to turn to resilience in PvP. Make a balanced system, one where there are different pros and cons for each class for wearing different types of armor! Why not have rogues in mail, sort of like the armored highwaymen? Give me my battlemage, just make his spellcasting suffer! And don't worry about pure balance, because heck, PvP is insanely broken anyway and players will find ways to optimize and bend the game to skyrocket them to success regardless, so why not make things more fun instead of just making everything the same?
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