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10-21-2011 @ 9:05AM
You know, I like the idea of an "epic talent." There's been all this talk about having a new hero class and the lack of adding hero classes because of balance issues, right? An epic talent could very well be a better implementation of the mastery idea: something that makes that spec for the class *really* stand out and, therefore, almost upgrading the class into a hero version of it... The "ultimate" form.Let's take hunters for example (these are just ideas I've come up with off the top of my no-breakfast brain, so bear with me... hah, get it?!): - Beast mastery hunters can become one with their pets, much like a warlock's metamorphosis, and really tear things up for a couple of minutes. Or, give them the stampede ability that others have talked about.- Marksman hunters are so good at finding their targets that they can, for a set amount of time, continue firing shots-- even those that require a cast time-- while moving without switching aspects as a penalty. I also honestly think sniper training should be an MM thing.- Survivalist hunters are best at kiting, trapping, and knowing how to survive under the worst circumstances. Give them something like a raid-wide buff to increase stamina or, perhaps, a raid-wide "last stand" sort of a thing.... I have no idea if this is what you were talking about Moose. This is what sparked in my mind when you said "epic talents." Now... I'm going to get breakfast.
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