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4-28-2010 @ 8:51AM
A bit off topic, but...I still would like to know what will happen to those of us who enjoy current day Blood DPSing.Just seems kinda weird to take the primary dpsing tree and make it the tank spec, and switch dpsing to two other trees that most people use for tanking. Just don't get why Blizz went this route.Have no interest in DK tanking, but blood tree is the only one I enjoy. Everytime I read the comments with these CATA changes, someone says, "its good Blizz hears what people want". Well who wanted this change? Most people have either been confused or angered by it.Finally took the time to level a DK to 80, now the spec I use is going the way of the dodo....great.
4-28-2010 @ 9:25AM
I'm unholy dps and i'm doing more damage then I ever did as a Blood DPS.
4-28-2010 @ 10:55AM
I was also worried my 70 dk is dps blood spec. = (
4-28-2010 @ 11:27AM
well besides blood dps being this most absolutely mind numbing play style next to pre-wotlk lock SB spam....blood dps while ok, its just not as fun or satisfying as unholy or frost...while each tree is not within a few % of each other most of my dks friends fled blood for the loving arms of the other 2 trees...besides that it was alway sad to see those slow 1 handers going to the resto shammies enhc spec he never used
4-28-2010 @ 11:29AM
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