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4-10-2010 @ 2:58PM
@szassIt is true that some spells could be nerfed, but that doesn't mean that these ones will be - though I can say for sure that they will at least see some changes before the end.More importantly, I don't think you are really giving much thought in to how the mechanics might play out. Lets start with Mana Adept. We don't know exactly how much it is going to boost your damage. It might be entirely possible that at around 50% you might be doing comperable dps to other dps trees and at 100% you are doing double the damage of every one else. This will allow you to do one hell of a lot of burst right up front.Time warp might indeed be "something else to keep you from casting a nuke" but it will take you what? 1 gcd every ~10 min? OH MY GOD!! MY ROTATION IS RUINED! You are also forgetting the speed increase it will grant you for what ever perposes you have in mind.Finaly we get to wall of fog. It is true that it wont stop a rogue in his tracks but it is clearly stated that that is NOT the perpose of the spell to begin with. For instance, lets say you positioned the wall just right so that you cut off the enterances to the flag room, making it impossible to avoid if some one wanted said flag. Lets say you see a large mounted group charging your direction... bam! Wall of fog and get out of there. There are loads of ways of using this new mechanic. You are just fearful of something new.
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