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4-30-2010 @ 4:23PM
Dear Eclipse,Please don't suck in Cataclysm.
4-30-2010 @ 6:08PM
4-30-2010 @ 7:10PM
Dear Tyler,I couldn't make it past the third paragraph.Quit crying.Wild baseless complaints about a system with which you know NOTHING about is just crying to hear yourself cry.You and all you "Wowinsiders" need to understand two things.The game is changing, and Blizzard knows what it is doing.They aren't blowing up the whole damn world just to enable flying.Get it straight.Wait til you actually have some sort of reliable information before the tears start.Druids will be fine, all the classes will be fine. Raiding will be fine.Seriously ,unless you have some real news, STFU already.
4-30-2010 @ 7:25PM
I have probably the most incredibly simple solution to Eclipse... It could work basically the exact way it does now!*gasp* "Whatever does she mean?"It's pretty simple! When you cast a Nature or Arcane spell, you get a 15 second buff that boosts the other type of damage, and you move in the direction on the meter. When you cast another spell of the same element, it refreshes the buff as a new, more powerful version.When you are ready to go in the other direction, the buff ceases keep refreshing, and you can climb as high as you want in the other direction. When the 15 seconds runs out, you gain the new buff (since both can't be active at the same time), and you may start climbing in the original direction as soon as you want.*laughs* It's basically the exact same thing we have now just with a pretty new UI.
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