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9-25-2011 @ 8:35AM
"Shamicars"? "Colochons"? These sound like the anatomy of antique furniture, not classes. "The colochon on this shamicar is positively Elizabethan! A splendid find! At auction, this might go for, oh, around about ten thousand pounds."Like it or lump it, Blizzard seems to have moved away from allowing people to double-dip - too much effort to balance, in their words, and too many people doing it to eke out some benefit at the corners where the balancing is broken, rather than for a genuine love of Restomental shaman, Unfrosty DKs or The Arcane Fire. That was the reasoning they gave at the time, in any case.And Blizzard has always been dead set against support classes, on the grounds that it's cooler to be awesome yourself than to help everyone else be awesome. Always the bridesmaid, never the bride sort of thing. In this analogy the groom would be an internet dragon, so it's maybe not a very good analogy.
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