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8-07-2011 @ 7:05PM
Honestly, if a tri-role "all the cool asian tropes" class comes in with a "ninja-like" melee DPS option, I will come back to WoW for that.Samurai tank spec...Monk healer spec?Naaaah...
8-07-2011 @ 10:26PM
While I don't necessarily agree that those specs should match those trees, I really love the idea in general. From what we've seen of Pandaren artwork, they can't decide if they're Chinese or Japanese, and it would be cool to see them incorporate both aesthetics in various trees of a new class, whatever they called it.I would really, really love to play a Samurai-type of DPS. Drunken Boxing would be a cool Tanking class-- when you're drunk, you don't feel pain, which would be an interesting form of mitigation, neh? And a Monk healer could be interesting.
8-07-2011 @ 10:30PM
I'm afraid I'm going to have to 180 on that and state that if there is a class based on being drunk, not only will I not return to WoW, I will go from "passive observer" to "active WoW hater".*crosses arms CM Punk style*
8-07-2011 @ 10:35PM
For the record, "brew" can mean "tea". ;)I'd tolerate a brewmaster in that case.
8-07-2011 @ 10:48PM
Well, understand that the point of Drunken Boxing isn't that you're a degenerate, sloppy drunk, but only that you drink alcohol in battle, to aid you. Also, I've never drunk to excess, and don't agree with promoting it, but we can't pretend that doesn't already exist in WoW. We have a annual holiday built around it, after all! And of course, the idea that there are characters or even a tree of a class that drink, doesn't mean you would have to play one.
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