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7-12-2010 @ 8:24AM
In the manga, books, and and comics... Shamans are awesome. In the game... not so much.Either the game isn't canon or the other material isn't canon.Not really sure I care which one is which, as I know that one of them is wrong, otherwise there would be paradox. Or they're parralel universes, somewhat akin to the marvel multiverse. I like Marvel. Best thing about it... is that its all canon, unless you don't like it... then you get to pick which universe you want to be canon and go from there.
7-12-2010 @ 8:35AM
So, what you're saying is, since you aren't as powerful as thrall in game, the lore must be broken.I see...
7-12-2010 @ 8:50AM
Shaman? *Not* awesome? Totally never got that memo.
7-12-2010 @ 8:52AM
bloodlust would like a word with you
7-12-2010 @ 2:21PM
Bloodlust, eh?I'm so tired of people using that to justify shamans being "Awesome".They're gimped in almost every other area except for healing. They've been gimped like that since at least The Burning Crusade. fortunately it is a very fun class to play and level, but at the end game the only place it really "shines" is that it has bloodlust.And no, i'm not talking about "being as awesome as thrall hurr hurr hurr".Nah, I wouldn't mind being nearly as awesome as Drek'Thar, most of the Shaman trainers, several of the Shaman in outlands, and the shaman that are pushing the northern frontier with Saurfang and Tyrion.
7-12-2010 @ 7:51PM
Again. Shaman? *not* awesome? What?Enhancement and Elemental tear stuff up nice and proper when in the hands of those that are willing to do the research, practice the priorities, and learn the ins and the outs of the specs.Enhance is my main spec, and if anything, we are way underutilized and underrated. ;)
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