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7-15-2010 @ 6:41PM
I'll miss Frozen Power, even though I never really PvP'ed with it much =(It seemed cool, and it was just implemented like last year....such a short run =(
7-15-2010 @ 6:46PM
It was a longer run than it would have been, but it snared Blizzard's developers.*rimshot*
7-15-2010 @ 7:04PM
I see what you did there.
7-15-2010 @ 7:30PM
My offspec on my Enh Shammy was Enh PvP, and I LOVED Frozen Power. Why, why why does Blizzard take but not giveth much to Shammy's? Ok well the thing that came to mind though, was the fact that we now have always available Wolf, and increase run speed. Maybe they felt a root was too much given so much mobility, that a snare would equal it out. Since as Enhance I play a support role, nothing was better than sitting back and rooting people for your DPS while purging them, or just rooting to keep people away from your siege engines. Just seems to me like 2 snares is 1 to many, without some kind of root.
7-15-2010 @ 9:02PM
GC has been talking a bit about CC lately, mainly about how it has become a sort of arms race. Spec x has a cc, so let's give spec y a counter to that. But soon spec x starts feeling like it lacks a reliable cc, so let's add another one. Oh but now spec z is getting screwed. Better give them a counter to spec x's new cc. On and on it goes. So they're taking out a whole of of the counter-cc's and a lot of the newer "bonus" cc's that were given out to compensate for the abundance of counters. So I wouldn't worry to much about cc and anti-cc talents/abilities at this point. They are still trying to figure out what to keep, and what to change or eliminate.
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