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6-24-2010 @ 2:07AM
there's a few more things that make me hopeful that cata pvp will be better than wrath. 1- plate isn't going to contribute as much armor as it does now. That might mean we could get away with using eviscerate against a plate wearer and it wouldn't hit for the same amount as a warrior's melee swing (cause they stack arpen, get it?).2- GC said he doesn't like casters getting so much haste that their casts are virtually impossible to interrupt, so that's going to change in cata. I like this cause I get tired of healers doing .7 second casts, and I have to be some sort of superhuman to interrupt them.I am worried that our stunlocking ability is going away in cataclysm. They better give us something to balance it out, and by that I mean more damage. It's great we're getting survivability but that doesn't make up for damage output. Considering that GC said our pve rotations will be more about the abilities we use rather than passive stabbing I'm guessing our combo generators and finishers will be hitting harder. I can't wait!
6-24-2010 @ 6:26AM
2- GC said he doesn't like casters getting so much haste that their casts are virtually impossible to interrupt, so that's going to change in cata. I like this cause I get tired of healers doing .7 second casts, and I have to be some sort of superhuman to interrupt them.I reckon reaction time goes hand-in-hand with "skill."
7-07-2010 @ 3:18AM
@valkryWell it doesn't take much skill on the part of the caster to fire off insanely fast casts that are nigh-uninterrupted. It should be a two way street, not a "I'm gunna do this and if you have precognition then maybe you can counter it."
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