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10-22-2010 @ 8:40PM
I PVP'd with my warrior for the first time in a week today. Last week, I didn't live for more than a few seconds in any fight, and did little to no damage to anything... now, I can actually do some decent burst and survive for a little while, while giving everyone I can a nice throwdown to complement their hamstring! So pleased :D Not OP, not underpowered, just right :DMages still need a big hit from the nerfbat tho -.-
10-22-2010 @ 10:45PM
Things are balanced around 85. So no, mages don't need the nerf bat, we just have to get to 85.Signed,A mage. x]
10-22-2010 @ 11:09PM
@Léona:Things are *currently* balanced around 85. That doesn't mean it's the way things will stay, that Blizzard is happy with the current 80 or sub-80 balance, or that there aren't still changes incoming.
10-23-2010 @ 1:41AM
"Things are balanced around 85. So no, mages don't need the nerf bat, we just have to get to 85."Ret paladins circa 3.0 would kindly like to disagree.
10-23-2010 @ 3:06AM
Amen to that, Heilig. My head is still spinning from the Great Paladin Nerf-fest of 3.0I was literally cringing every time a patch came out for a while there.
10-23-2010 @ 11:53AM
Helig speaks the truth.Ret Paladin theorycrafters:"We have every DPS talent available at 80 at 70, we have hit our top for DPS just because of this and scaling will be a problem, please help. Our numbers are huge because we don't have anything we can take to improve them for 10 levels, so we are stupidly good at 70."Everyone else: "Ret has always been a free HK, now they are killing me, NERF RET!"GC: "TO THE GROUND!"Suddenly ret's a joke at 80. Let's not have a repeat of this again. Yea, the Ret paladin doing 150K Hammers when they pop wings is wrong, yea the overpower one shot of clothies is excessive, yea the instant one-shot pyro/frost/arcan blast stuff at 35 yards is stupid, but let's not get each other all broken to hell at 85 because we aren't the superduper class in a BG for a month.
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