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10-30-2010 @ 12:29PM
I don't mean this to you in particular, but with some fear of getting downrated I'll continue anyway. in general, I wish people were a little more open minded coming into this patch, because I love most of the changes that have come. i think it is very important for big games like this to change things around a lot in order to keep things interesting. if the game continued exactly like it was before the patch, it would begin to be a boring and such a chore instead of a fun game rather quickly.also, I like the more simple aspect of most of the system changes, especially talents. it doesn't get really fun when you have to spend hours outside of the game in order to perfect your talents, stats, and rotations. refitting is great too, because it allows for a lot more flexibility. for example, when I regemmed my enhance shaman for agility instead of haste, I realized I still needed some expertise, so instead of spending 100g on a gem, I went over and reforged 1 or 2 pieces to reach the cap exactly.overall, this is a fairly positive change. and before people immediately label it as game-breaking (with all due respect), we are not viewing the changes in the same scope as we will when cataclysm drops, and at that point I think it would be OK for people to admit they really don't like the changes, specifically to classes. just hold it in for a little over a month, and i will be fine. thanks!
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