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4-06-2011 @ 10:21AM
Yes, yes, I agree with this post entirely!The problem is, like you said, our DPS -AND- our utility all depend on what Demon we currently are using. While it can be said that one can be a trade off for another, this is why warlocks are so hard to play in PvP. For example; you see an enemy mage fighting a friendly Warrior in a battleground. You summon your Felhunter for the interrupts/dispell it has. You walk up to the mage but suddenly, your character stops moving. You have been sapped by a rogue who unleashes a flurry of attacks on you and kills you in the stun. If you had had your Voidwalker out, you might have been able to survive the attack with Sacrifice. Then, after that one spell is used your Voidwalker becomes useless and then even if you killed the rogue, you're lacking the dispell/interrupt of your Felhunter.Now, I ask you, Rogues and Mages can both interrupt. What do THEY give up in terms of survivability for this? Not to sound sensationalist, but it's just not fair.As for homogenizing demons vs forcing one demon per spec, I'm for homogenizing demons. It makes it easier to handle these things, ie, sacrifice might be usable on any demon. Demonology can still have Felguard, because it depends on demons for DPS, and it's essentially like Beast Mastery getting Exotic beasts. Now, if they can do like hunters and let our pets apply some debuff (ie, Imp - Curse of Tongues, Succubus - Curse of Exhaustion, Voidwalker - Curse of Weakness, and Felhunter - Curse of Elements) it would give some choice for selecting demons.
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