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6-16-2011 @ 2:33AM
@ Sharlatan Jun 15th 2011 7:51AM"AS far as bear utility, it kicks arse. You can Bres,..."So we have one move that is covered by half of the tanking group."...you can innvervate..."Um HELL to the no. An innervate is less than 5% of a healers mana pool, AND you cannot use it unless you aren't taking damage."...(which is being changed to be semi-useful for feral to chuck on others)..."This is false. "...and you can cc and so on, you just have to time it well."Um... what? Are you saying that you want to root a melee person, and then sit there while a caster starts shooting you? Or are you implying the use of Hibernate... that token CC that works on beasts. There are very, very few beasts."Even on most boss fights you can still manage to get off a Bres even whilst tanking if you time it well with boss swings and tell your healers you are shifting for a second of two. Its not ideal, but I generally find a time to do it without a problem."You will get 1 shot if a boss hits you mid-swing. Its just.... NOT an option."Also, I LOVE being able to shift to kitty form and dps when not needed to actively tank. We are the ONLY truely hybrid talent spec, embrace it."You lose Vengeance when you go cat. Its not an option. Your Savage Defense is crippled. DO NOT DO THIS EVER. EVER."Do i think things need to be fixed? sure, but the sky is not falling, we are perfectly viable. A ranged silence would be nice, but I manage to live without it."No. The sky isn't falling. But that doesn't mean you have any idea what you are talking about.One of the largest issues facing the bear community (and WoW as a whole) is the lack of knowledge people actually have when they either complain or defend something. Bears are the weakest tanking class. Why? Resources, threat, rotations, savage defense scaling, hygiene issues because they are unable to close their mouths...(You have no idea what my dental bill was after tanking Rotface)
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