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7-08-2010 @ 7:33PM
This is inndeed interesting times. The game is getting dumbed down and many unnecessary variables removed entirely.This will make the game more appealing and avaliable. I see great potential for PvP, which may benifit hugely by these new changes.Maybe we all could finally lay down our spreadsheets for good? After all it's just a game..
7-08-2010 @ 9:36PM
I'm not so sure that the game is being "dumbed down", as so many like to claim these days. Streamlined, fine-tuned, or simplified are better descriptors IMO. This is often a good thing.
7-08-2010 @ 11:34PM
I wouldn't say that the game is being dumbed down. It's just being streamlined to reduce confusing features and times sinks that aren't any fun.I think that the only people who think the game is being dumbed down are the ones that need the added complexity and time sink nature of WoW play to distinguish themselves and create a sense of accomplishment and self worth. That elitist attitude, in my opinion, is awfully sad.
7-08-2010 @ 11:59PM
I did a spec of a Resto Shaman using current talent-calcs, and about 30-40 points were points put into "boring" talents, namely talents that just increase X or Y by Z%.And there have been times in the past where I'd ding, and be more than a little disappointed when my only choice was between three of the above talents. So I think this'll work. Cutting out those 30 talent points, making them passive within the tree itself, and allowing us more choice of "cool" talents might be really fun.
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