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7-19-2010 @ 10:26PM
Simple solution... PVP-only specs/trees with all different talents, that cannot be used in PVE. As well as PVE specs that can't be used in PVP.Zone into a raid instance, heroic or what have you, and you are automatically switched to a PVE spec and can re-spec to one of your Dual-specs.Zone into a PVP raid, BG, Arena, and you are switched to your PVP spec (maybe even dual specs for those too)Would be a lot easier than the headache of balancing all these abilities around 2 different types of gameplay and nerfing the crap out of our PVE specs/abilities because someone manipulates them for PVP-gain.World PVP would stay as whatever... use whatever spec you like. Its world PVP, unregulated as it always has been. This system would make world-pvp even more survivable, if you could farm/quest in your PVP spec on a server where being ganked is a constant threat.
7-20-2010 @ 8:52AM
I (and I'm sure many others) have been saying this forever. I think they should have done this before doing dual specs. (And I'm a druid!!) Separating PVP and PVE talent trees would all but stop the constant see-saw balancing that goes on. Let me say it again: Separating PVP and PVE talent trees would all but stop the constant see-saw balancing that goes on. Every time someone exploits a PVP talent for PVE and gets ridiculous DPS, or that scales too well in PVE....rebalance. Nevermind super useful PVE talents that get axed because they would be OP in PVP only.
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