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11-28-2010 @ 12:55AM
Not really, most classes have a well defined feel. When I play my warlock it feels like a warlock, a master of demons and destruction magic. When I play my rogue it feels as it should, a sneaky toon lurking around ready to shiv your kidney. Same with my druid, mage, hunter they all have a well defined feel to the class.Warriors do not. They tried to fix this somewhat in Cataclysm and give arms and fury a more specific play-style but it just didn't work out. They just feel like a generic melee toon with 50% of their damage coming from auto swing.
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