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10-25-2011 @ 2:04PM
The difference, as I understood it, is the talents are the same for any given class. The specializations are where you are given the specific abilities to perform the spec chosen. Much like arcane mages are given arcane barrage, and resto druids are given swiftmend, there will be more specialization abilities granted. The idea is that people were skipping abilities in talent trees in favor of cookie cutters. Now you're getting everything you need to do your job, and it's your fault if you screw up, not your spec.
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