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6-09-2011 @ 11:13PM
While my main is hunter, I played enhancement on a second toon and always feel a certain attachment for it. Right now I have a common plight though. I understand that sometime a certain class/spec may be screwed out of gear choices. But really, in an expansion that's supposed to be the shaman expansion, with crazed elements and primordial upheaval and everything, is shaman really the class you want to be screwing with? Archaeology was also an insult, with ancient treasures revealed, and shamans coming to the forefront of saving the world, and dwarves becoming shamans... there should have been an [Ancient Hammer of Fury This] or [Molten hammer of that], or at least some ancestral orcish axe from the good old days. And it's not like there's ever been a huge glut of agility weapons. And having weapons on the final bosses isn't true, every other spec can get a weapon from the very first bosses, which will be also the first bosses that drop on hard mode - those weapons end up beeing the workhorses of progression. I guess I'm pissed right now, 'cause in a raid that's about FIRE AND BRIMSTONE... there is still no proper gun for a dwarf to use. Damn
6-10-2011 @ 10:44AM
The shaman expansion? I've kinda given up hope on that.Druid faction #9845734 was obviously a lot more important. And why they aren't playing a more central role against an elemental lord, and that druids are ganking elemental powers is just....what. One of the things I was most excited for in Cata was finally getting more shammy lore / presence...much in the way the Argent Dawn / Crusade seemed to be in the thick of nearly everything during Wrath. (And with the Neptulon storyline sounding like it has been scrapped... I think that ship has sailed, sadly.)
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