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10-05-2011 @ 10:22PM
"I don't know about you guys, but I would hate to see our spec lose some of the complexity it gained this expansion."I wish we went back to the complexity of WOLK :(Playing a Retadin was fun then. Now playing the retadin feels clunky to me.
10-05-2011 @ 11:16PM
I pretty much agree. I dropped my paladin altogether months ago, but couldn't take having a character I couldn't play (as in every fight with a same level 80+ mob would almost kill me and stray patrol groups were a death sentence) and a character spot I couldn't delete. Instead, I took a guildie's suggestion to switch to Prot for normal questing and such. I still miss Ret with all my heart, though since I suck at tanking. -_-* Unfortunately, I couldn't fill out the survey in a way that'd be beneficial (99% of the replies are from raiders and pvpers anyway), and missed my chance to be heard.
10-06-2011 @ 12:51PM
I can sympathize with people who missed the old system, but how was wrath complex? You had a priority system that never varied, one cooldown to manage, and one "proc" that had basically 100% uptime. The priority system wasn't even that important: as long as you were hitting an ability off cooldown, you wouldn't notice too much variation in your DPS (hence faceroll).
10-06-2011 @ 12:53PM
never mind I think I'm misinterpreting your comments. my apologies.
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