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6-21-2010 @ 4:26PM
Except that GC SPECIFICALLY STATED that NO CONTENT WOULD BE CUT. So, using your numbers, if there were 30 Talents to choose from, and you could only get 20 there would be 10 "wasted" abilities, BUT with the Talents being removed and your guild getting EVERYTHING you now get 30 abilities due to the fact that NOTHING was removed.You, and everyone else that is crying about customization, are refusing to think about the REST of your guild. "QQ I don't PvP, why would we ever want PvP abilities?" You may not PvP, but what about the 4 guys in your guild that ONLY PvP or your Main Tank or Healer that LOVES to PvP on off nights, they are going to leave your guild and go to one that has better talents for what THEY like, screwing your guild out of content and even people that you like."I'm sorry, this guild's Talent build doesn't suit my play style" followed by /gquit could destroy guilds. I've seen it happen, a healer or tank decides they want to move faster than the guild they are in and /gquit and several DPS follow, gutting your raid team, making you unable to do even 10s. You have to scramble to recruit, but in the end you just get people that don't know the fights, stand in fire, or can't get back to where you were. Your guild is DEAD, all because YOU wanted to spec your guild a certain way. THAT is why Blizzard cut the Guild Talents, not because they feel that officers can't handle the choices or their guild members, but because the officers can't CONTROL their guild members' CHOICES. If you are my GM or Officer, you cannot stop me from making a choice that your guild is wrong for me based on the choices YOU made over MY hard work.tl:dr It's not because Blizzard can't trust YOU to make the "right" choices, it's because Blizzard knows you can't make EVERYONE in your guild happy.
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