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3-22-2010 @ 2:13AM
Meh, It sounds like the beginning of the end to me. Wow has gotten boring because the took the idiosyncrasies out. All the classes have been normalized, races and classes are well, 5 years old. yes, we got 2 new races, and 1 new class, whoopie. We should of had Worgen and Goblins 3 years ago, the hunter class should of been expanded upon to create a ranger class with no pet. Same for Warlock, maybe a sorcerer or something that summons armies on demand, whatever. A "defender" specialization that allows warriors 2 sheilds, a dark paladin, sub-races, expanded professions. Sounds like 5 more levels of bigger crits, killing bigger bosses, with new takes on old mechanics. Oh, a "spike" from below, is it IC? is it Stone? is it Bug horns? now, now it's Magma plumes of Cataclysm (whatever, making stuff up here) who cares if a mage is better (even far better dps) against boss X, make Boss Y THE boss you want a warloc on, Maybe instead of an acheivment, an extra drop for doing boss X without the mage, or make the mobs all the way up to him uber mage killers (proposed class there :D) How about dual class?, or similar. Some freeking variety. instead every raiding mage being 53/3/15 (or whatever) with the same gear and rotation... tired of the raid leader PALADIN telling me in every freeking raid (because he reads the theorcrafting on elitist, for example) you should have 5 points in talent X, your DPs is down .00001% because of it..where I am the mage. how this, I am a ninja/ranger/necromancer with 5 talent points from hunter I got from some super cool special quest chain you have to take. Hows that fit in your calculator? Oh yeah, and I get a buff from lumber jacking and fletching professions. what too many class/prof/skill/talent combos to have optimized? good stfu and mark the targets I will go kill for you...Ok, rant over. Sorry, wow got boring a long time ago. this will just be "new" boring as they take the lore out of it even more.
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