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9-11-2010 @ 10:03PM
@SaricI started a warrior on my server because my guild needed tanks if it was ever going to raid MC (my server was brand new at the time, so when I rolled my warrior the highest level character on the server was 27) . I got up to 34 before the guild fell apart when the GM left to go join the other people that were level 60 on the server. At that point I had fallen in love with the Arms tree. I was Arms through Vanilla, BC, and Wrath, right up until my guild (and every other guild on the server) let me know in no uncertain terms that I would be required to spec Fury (which I hate) or Prot (which I hate and am only mediocre at anyway). I chose to raid as Fury, the lesser of 2 evils (all my alts were too undergeared for even ICC 10 without grinding for at least a week to catch up). I'm tired of not playing a spec that I like, a spec that requires me to actually pay attention. @PyroActually, I don't have access to the beta, I do however have access to the Beta FORUMS, which I keep up on, and most of the Warriors there are unhappy with the MECHANICS of the class and the fact that we desperately need a numbers pass or something as most DPS warriors can barely take on a single mob and survive, while Prot is 2 shotting things with Shield Slam. They say don't make comparisons to the other classes yet, but doing 3-6k damage per yellow attack while every other class is hitting for 10-15k makes your outlook a little bleak. If your class was broken to the point of almost unplayability you'd be ready to switch classes too.@AedilhildYeah, that came up on the beta forums about an hour after I made the post here. Thanks though.
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