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4-26-2011 @ 1:08PM
4-26-2011 @ 2:22PM
I agree. I miss Ghostcrawler actually talking about the meat and potatoes of what his team does: Class balance.These blogs are more philosophical, and while they're interesting now because they are a novelty, they don't actually tell us what solutions they're considering to these proposed problems.Pre-Cataclysm, I could live with a class/spec's shortcomings, since there usually was a GC post or two on the direction each spec was headed, along with a general time frame. If something about X bothered me, I had either a proposed incoming solution, or a reason for why it wouldn't be changed anytime soon.Now, when I play heavily flawed classes/specs, I find myself flat out avoiding them completely. I feel I can't justify my precious time on an aspect of the game that will not be seeing any needed improvement in any reasonable time frame.This isn't a flavor of the month post. This is coming from a Vanilla player who has focused on two classes as 'mains' for six years, Paladin and Warlock. Now, come Cata, I find myself very unhappy with the state of both classes, and have been thrust into the position of having to play the other eight classes a bit before I decide what to focus on in the future.
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