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4-06-2010 @ 12:02PM
I don't understand why people want to "have faith" in Blizzard. May I remind you that the worst season of all time (s5) was straight out of an expansion...after much beta testing etc. Maybe if they had a track record of getting things right the first time...but they don't. I'm not going to be totally pessimistic and say they're idiots (they aren't) but to make the argument that we shouldn't voice our opinion on these (proposed) changes is completely ludicrous. Not to mention the imbalance this creates on the PvP scene: a Druid team against a Mage team (immune to poly as well as being able to dispel it off his team), a rogue or a Dk team vs a Shaman team. Also poor mages, they already are one of the classes affected most by dispels (no passive defense but many magic based ones).Not to mention the homogenization of healers... /facepalmI pray there are sweeping changes to counter balance this.
4-06-2010 @ 12:23PM
I'm not saying people shouldn't voice their opinions. Their opinions are quite reasonable when the information Blizzard just provided is taken at face value. But it shouldn't just be taken at face value. People are freaking out and acting like this change is being implemented tomorrow, with no other changes being made in relation to it. That's not the way it's happening. Also, you're primarily talking about PVP, which is a different animal as far as class balance goes. It causes too many problems for balancing classes in PVE. Blizzard really needs to figure out a way to separate the two once and for all.
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