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10-23-2011 @ 2:17PM
Yay... almost no paladin abilities that do damage in any way or affect damage in any way. Ret gets screwed again. Thank goodness this is an early first draft although my hopes aren't all that high if this is the starting point.
10-23-2011 @ 2:22PM
Well, they did say that these are not suppose to be damage mandatory. So if anything, I would say pallys are the best representation of this. Meaning you are the best for once......
10-23-2011 @ 2:43PM
I would keep in mind that this expansion is probably at least a year away yet, and I am willing to wager that most of the talents they plugged in were filler. Expect many, many changes before live. Even before beta.WoWhead is a great group, don't get me wrong. But I do not understand the motive behind putting out something that will without a doubt be completely innacurate in a couple months.
10-23-2011 @ 3:03PM
@dmbThe point is to get the framework in place. Applying changes to individual talents is comparitively easy.
10-23-2011 @ 6:32PM
Almost no talents for ANYONE are directly damage increases. And any one of those you choose, you're giving up two others that should be roughly equivalent by the time it goes live.You'll also notice very few of those talents are direct survivability increases. Or boosts to healing.You'll get what you need to be a retribution paladin from choosing retribution, not by the talents you pick.
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