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3-14-2011 @ 12:35AM
It feels like we're back in the state that Ferals were in TBC. I was a designated OT back in TBC, with my pal the Pally being the MT. The thing was I didn't need to change my spec (oh for the yesteryears when you could have spare talent points to be a hybrid...) to be a full-on DPS and emergency tank on the days I didn't have to be OT.No matter what, my Pally pal knew I had his back. If he died, I would toss a brez and switch to bear to pick up the mobs to give him time to rez and heal up.In PvP, I was happy since Ferals were easily underestimated. Ferals were a class that couldn't pressure, and couldn't really do anything, and most relegated to Resto because we were king in arenas and the like as healers with HoTs. I didn't want to be one and so pushed myself to excel at Feral combat. It was hard, but it gave me satisfaction when I could bring down people who underestimated what I could do.It feels like we're back to this position. I know a lot of Ferals don't like it, but it might be we have to take it in stride. In some ways, I welcome the challenge again, it makes me remember why I had to think quick on my feet as a Feral and back when I never stayed in Cat for long as I switched around with heals and going bear (btw, 2pc T5 was so so awesome for PvP!)
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