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7-14-2010 @ 5:10PM
Whilst I certainly appreciate the effort to provide us with information and am impressed with the quality of the posts at such an early point (as far as paladin's are concerned), I have to put emphasis on the "early point" part. I feel that this sort of post for paladins should have been left until a later build, when there is hopefully a lot more information about what is going on.
7-14-2010 @ 5:16PM
That's why it's an "early look."
7-14-2010 @ 5:18PM
Just because things aren't close finished doesn't mean that the trees are devoid of information. Things like the change to Eye for an Eye and Sanctified Wrath give us an idea of some of the more interesting things that they are at least trying out even if they don't make it to the live realms.Things like this might spawn player ideas which the developers might be able to build off of or at the very least show that the developers are starting to think outside the box a little.There will likely be a lot more iteration through the course of the beta, but getting a baseline 'this is what they looked like back then' will be important going forward as it gives us something to compare against. Plus, some of the talents are pretty cool.
7-14-2010 @ 5:24PM
The talents certainly are cool :p. I do kind of see what you mean when you put it like that as well. I didn't mean to offend you at all. :)
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