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4-24-2010 @ 9:52PM
To all the arcane mages QQing about this, I say pipe up. Arcane is the king of DPS currently because they can go all out, spend all their mana like cash and turn it into damage. They have potential to do incredible amounts of damage but they end up dry. This talent is actually a good way to keep arcane mages in line with the other two specs. If you arcane mages can't handle a built in throttle to keep you in line with other folks, then you may as well reroll another class. If you can't handle being on top of the heap, then just quit now.I personally hope they use this to limit the arcane mages and keep them in line with everyone else. Time for the equality to begin.
4-25-2010 @ 8:47AM
We're a CLOTH wearing, non-pet using, no-healing, DPS spec only, glass cannon that at best has 3000 armor and the least health of everyone.We're not supposed to be survivable. We do one thing and only one thing and we're supposed to be the best at it and the worst at EVERYTHING else. In return, we're supposed to pump out a stupid amount of damage before we (possibly) die.
4-26-2010 @ 7:58PM
keeping Arcane in line with others?Mages are one of the few classes that only have one job. That job is DPS. We cant roll a heal, tank or mdps offspec.Frost = PVP, Arcane = PVE, Fire = PVE or PVPSo if you want to do more damage in PVE roll/off spec an Arcane mage, if you want to PVP roll/off spec a frost mage. If you do both equally roll/off spec a fire mage. Simple.So in your mind:Equality: "If I had bad eye sight, then I would mace everyone I saw so we all had bad vision" Instead of: "Since I have bad eye sight I will get eye surgery to make my vision better"Think about it.
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