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11-02-2010 @ 4:03PM
In a game with 12 million subscribers and only 30 specs, someone is bound to push the envelope. So, we see things like the Frostfire mage, the Discipline DPS priest, the Shockadin (which, for now, appears to be back), the Protribution paladin, Titan's Grip/Single-minded Fury warriors, Dual-wield/Two-handed Frost DKs, the Bleed/No-bleed Subtlety rogue, Single-target/AOE tank builds, and Feral Cat/Feral Bear druids.The truth is, as long as there is flexibility in how we spec, there will be people who try to max out that flexibility. Some of us do it to max our output, some do it for lore reasons, some do it just to have fun. If Blizzard doesn't like the path that one spec is taking, they'll change it (as Holy paladins can attest... over, and over, and over...). Until then, let us play the game we pay cash for every month. In the case of diseaseless Blood tanks... they're not hurting you by doing their job better.Also, warriors don't self-heal or tank with two-handers.
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