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10-15-2010 @ 8:18AM
Definitely agreed on the monk class, though perhaps Blizzard could take it a step farther and make the monk a Runemaster. They could use a system similar to the DK's runes and runic power, tapping runes for more powerful martial arts strikes as well as to heal the party. A leather-armored physical DPS and healing class could be interesting.Also love the demon hunter and bard classes that others have suggested, though I'm with Swifteye in not being sure how the bard would work. I suppose the Groove system from April Fool's a while back is too much to ask for. *grin*Finally, on the official boards a while back, I saw someone suggest a Bronze Dragonflight-based class that dealt damage and healed through time manipulation. It was an interesting idea, and if it's set up right, could be very interesting. My only problem with the idea is that all of them would take Engineering in hopes of getting a [Sonic Screwdriver] relic someday....excuse me while I duck.
10-15-2010 @ 10:51AM
I did once have an idea for a hero class that involved dragons (Red, Bronze and Green) that got permanently stuck in mortal form and ended up joining the alliance and horde. Red would be the tanking tree, Green would be for healing, and Bronze could be dps (a little like taking the oculus drakes and turning them into specs). You would have dragon-y abilities, and maybe cooldown that turns you into the dragon of the appropriate flight and gives you some cool stuff for a little while.I dunno. That's just what I'd had mind.
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