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10-23-2011 @ 6:59PM
Um... why?Why do we even need a calculator? There's no calculating to be done.The reason we had talent calculators before was to see what would work and what wouldn't within the complexities of the talent trees. Now there's practically no complexity to them at all. (Not necessarily saying they're not interesting.)
10-23-2011 @ 7:07PM
I've got to agree; it feels more like inertia than anything else. Although it is a handy way to display them and link to the talents.I do, however, suspect that 'talent' isn't exactly the best term to use for this system, given how little it has in common with the current and past talent systems.
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