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2-03-2011 @ 1:50AM
Before 4.0 hit, I was really excited about Inquisition. I really liked the idea of putting Ret's focus more on Holy damage to further differentiate us from warriors or DKs. But then I hit 81 and started using it. I don't HATE it, but it's a pain. Inquisition isn't a fun button to push, (Wasn't that one of GC's big things when they were redesigning classes? Fun buttons?) it's a chore that I have to repeat every thirty seconds to keep my DPS at its baseline. So here's my question. How is Inquisition any different from Hunger for Blood, that old rogue talent that was roundly disliked by players and singled out by the devs as the very sort of thing they wanted to do away with in their class design? If a buff was expected and designed to have 100% uptime, didn't they just make most of them passive, such as Rampage?Clearly Blizzard wants us to have a ramp-up time for our DPS. I'm cool with that, and it's been that way since BC. Why can't Inquisition, if it has to remain in its present form, as something we build up to, just be another component of our ramp up that can then be refreshed by our other abilities?
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