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9-07-2010 @ 5:28PM
CC requirements a little bit closer to the way it was back in BC is an absolute must for me to find next expansion enjoyable. AoE'ing through an entire instance not even caring if the tank got enough threat or not and get away with it is just plain boring. Also I think AoE spells like Blizzard should cost you tons of mana since it is very OP in its current state (in wrath of the lich king mind you)I ended my WoW subscription months ago but i'm coming back for Cataclysm to try it out. The difficulty level will matter the most whether I will stay in the game or not.And last but not least - Arcane IMO is a high dmg single target tree. You want to be an AoE master? Then go Fire or Frost. You want to top the dps on single target boss? Go Arcane. We got dual-specs so I really don't see the problem here.
9-08-2010 @ 12:37AM
The problem is that people enjoy the style of their specs. I'm a Fire Mage, if Frost / Arcane is better for whatever I'm doing I'm still not going to respec, because I don't find them fun. Fire has the best graphics, sounds, most varied abilities. Should I be forced to suck because I'd like to play a playstyle I enjoy? Might as well tell me to reroll.Secondly, every dps spec is going to do similar single-target damage. That's why they made the passive spec bonuses in the first place, so they could easily keep it balanced.
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