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10-27-2011 @ 9:39AM
I like the new talent system, however I feal most of em are focused on more PVP utility adn have no real palce in raids.The best example is lvl 90 one, modified better traps, rarely used in raiding.lvl 45 disengage changes, dont get me wrong the are cool, but not very useful in raiding.The others are useful both ways.But being a full DPS class I think they could do a better job, maybe mixing pvp and pve talent in the same level.
10-27-2011 @ 9:40AM
OOhhhAnd any word on the exotic pets changes?I would really like to take spirits beast to raid as an SV.
10-27-2011 @ 9:56AM
I agree with you on the level 90 talents. As a PvE player they feel sort of lackluster. The 45 ones aren't too bad because Self-healing is valuable in PvE. You shouldn't be standing in the fire but sometimes theres no way to avoid rade-wide aoe damage.And I expect (and hope) exotic pets will remain as they are. Not really fair on BM hunters to let every hunter have pets which were once unique to them (and a 31 point talent at that). That would be like making Black Arrow a baseline ability for every hunter.
10-27-2011 @ 10:05AM
The problem with mixing utility and damage talents in the same tier is that it removes the choice again. For DPSing in raids, the choice can't be between, for example, movement speed and damage, because then we always take the damage without thinking about it.Also, I have to disagree with your assertion that the disengage talents at level 45 sound useless for raiding. Who doesn't like a self-heal? Or how about 100% spell resist on demand?
10-27-2011 @ 11:46AM
True about being un fair to BM, how about giving them 2 pets (balanced of course), that way they are still cool.True too that a disengage is sometimes useful, but it is still very situetional in pve and mandatory in pvp.
10-27-2011 @ 12:15PM
Ooooh yeah! BM gets to call two pets. Yeah baby :-)
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