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10-28-2011 @ 2:45PM
I've kind of said this already, but I really feel like speculation on these is a moot point until Blizzard gets around to brining in the "active mitigation" changes they're planning. Our relationship to our current abilities could change quite dramatically in the meantime.Also, is it just me, or are our talents just boring compared to the other classes? The other classes seem to have interesting or new aspects worked in, while we basically have current talents and features split out into the new format, albeit with a few minor changes.I mean, c'mon Blizz, could we at least get an unlimited-target taunt/pull the way all the other tanking classes have or will have?
10-28-2011 @ 2:49PM
I noticed that too. There were moments in the panel (like when they talked about the Warlock talent giving two demons at once) where the crowd would erupt in "oo"s and "ah"s. No moments like that in the Paladin panel. Except for me yelling "sweet fancy moses!" when they showed tier 1.
10-28-2011 @ 2:58PM
I have noticed that in any class specific discussion of the new talent trees, at least one person points out that every other class has more interesting options. Fascinating...
10-28-2011 @ 4:50PM
@Artiindeed, My main is a hunter, and I'm Learning how to palli prot.... and I look at these abilities, and the ones on my hunter, and see the same thing..... Blah.... maybe they'll get better at time goes on, but nothing here pop's out to me as 'interesting'
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