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10-21-2011 @ 9:05AM
This is more of a whishlist than what I expect:1. Interesting retribution paladin gameplay (scrap Holy Power, please)2. Viable subtlety spec, less complex rotation would be great3. New and well-written Alliance lore4. More endgame content other than raids (solo instances, maybe?)
10-21-2011 @ 9:30AM
Yeah I also hope for solo instances, but don't expect them anytime soon.
10-21-2011 @ 9:59AM
I like your wish list.I will add to it Gnome druids. Heck, I'd even be willing to add Blood Elf druids to the list so the Horde can get a new toy too. But mainly I want a cute bright pink kitty with a sunflower form for when she goes resto.
10-21-2011 @ 10:53AM
Just spit-balling here, but - I've seen folks mention that solo instances are problematic, because how do you balance an instance for tanks and healers, in addition to DPS? But – I’ve also seen people mention wanting epic class based quest lines. How about combining those two things? Maybe a couple of quest lines for roles, for example – so, tanks have a couple of “jobs” to do, and those involve solo instances that are tuned for tanks? Same for healers, and DPS?That would seem fun to me. The quest line could involve running around the world, basically attuning yourself to the instance, and then once you’ve gotten to a certain point, you go in and wreck shop, or protect someone, or heal someone. Maybe they could even have the instance step of the quest line be repeatable…. Say on a weekly basis?
10-21-2011 @ 1:26PM
Unfortunately, I think the devs and a good chunk of the pally community still thinks holy power is good. I love combo points on my rogue and feral druid (okay maybe not love) but i dislike them very much on my paladin. I think we might see more combo point type things in the future :(
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