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10-31-2010 @ 10:25PM
So, when are those of us who aren't healers going to get some coverage? I tried the link at the top of the page labeled "protection", and got back a page that told me to try another search. I'm reduced to reading the warrior column just to glean a little tank-related info. Seriously, guys, why does Holy get all the love? Are Prots and Rets not paladins, too?
10-31-2010 @ 11:16PM
When you stop commenting on posts by the Holy pally/rogue columnist.Where exactly are the latest patch notes I can only find tanking changes on MMO.
11-01-2010 @ 1:52AM
Wednesday is and has been the Ret and Prot Paladin day. It's just that sometimes depending on what information is out there Gregg will write about Paladins in general instead of focusing on Prot or Ret. It's just the way the writers decide to write, and you'll have to live with it, and hopefully people will stop saying this on every Sunday Holy Paladin column
11-01-2010 @ 4:48AM
@OscGo back a couple pages on MMO's site and you'll find the changes currently being implemented on the Beta realms. If you are looking for a complete set of current changes to classes and mechanics, I would recommend just visiting the class pages, as they are updated with each build.
11-01-2010 @ 7:00AM
Seriously, read the Wednesday version, not the Sunday one. True, its focus gets split between Prot, Ret and General stuff, but it's there. It just seems skewed to Holy because Sunday is dedicated to just that.http://wow.joystiq.com/2010/10/13/the-light-and-how-to-swing-it-ret-rotation-and-cooldowns-in-4-0/http://wow.joystiq.com/2010/10/20/the-light-and-how-to-swing-it-protection-and-retribution-builds/Or just hit up: http://maintankadin.failsafedesign.com/forum/index.php
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