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11-13-2011 @ 12:03AM
All the spells and procs and what-not that make you "fire" is going to baked into your specialization you choose at lvl 10...you will get the new spells that would currently "talent into" at later levels based on the spec you are-for example, you choose fire specialization at lvl 10 - you get fireball, pyroblast, and maybe Hot Streak-you start learning the basics of a fire mage's rotation (fireball until hot streak then pyro) while you level -at certain levels you learn new spells that are base-line mage spells (like blink) as well as fire specialization spells - such as ignite at level 32 or combustion at level 54 (just for an example)so you learn all the stuff that makes you a "fire mage" because you chose that specializatoinnow talents are going to add some utility to your spec that don't really affect you being a fire mage or not...there won't be a pure fire talent "tree," but most of the time you can choose the former fire talent over the other 2 if you want...some tiers don't have any "fire" spells but even as a fire mage you currently have cone of cold and ring of frost and in MoP you will be able to choose one of them to add to your current "fire" arsenalI hope that helps/makes sense...you will still be a fire mage with the same mechanics that you have now (with slight tweaks possibly) and the talents you choose will add in extra utility to your base spec so you choose what fits your play style best :-)
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