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11-12-2011 @ 8:45PM
I know warriors are a passionate lot but I can't help but notice the diminishing resistance to such radical design ideas that just a few years ago would of set the forums ablaze. I've never known many warrior tanks to look at changes like this and say "oh we'll, at least we have a better chance to be middle of the pack". I'm not trying to insult or sc
11-15-2011 @ 7:35PM
I'm a bit nervous, to be honest, as a Warrior Tank I honesty do enjoy tanking as a whole. I like popping into a dungeon and having a group, who's wiped ten times on the first boss in ZG go "Oh please don't suck!" and then one shotting every boss after showing up and getting that "Thanks!" - I enjoy it from start to finish.I think warriors are probably one of the best Tanks out there, and it's just a blast - I run with a Druid tank in raids and honestly we have fun even when failing. The challenge is the fun part, if it were too easy then it's just not worth the effort to do it. I love hearing the raid leading asking me "Switch from DPS to Tank" because as DPS I'm just a number - occasionally top but usually second or third on a roster - as a Tank I'm one of two or just one for some fights, and it rocks.So 5.0 is making me /cower atm because I honesty thought that Mastery/Pa/Do was a nice combo - I'm not stacking All Stam and Armor I'm stacking Mastery and keeping Parry and Dodge in a close knit group. I'm making sure my health isn't too high in some fights, making sure my dodge is higher for others... I kinda thought it was all well and polished ATM... that might be because I'm not a DK or Druid though (though I haven't heard him complain in the least.)
11-13-2011 @ 6:55AM
After the constant stream of nerfs we got in vanilla because Blizzard decided to balance all Warriors around the top whatever percent, I think a large portion of the Warrior community have just given up caring about things.
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