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11-13-2011 @ 7:34AM
I try not get into the seemingly constant changes Blizz makes. As a healer I have just started noticing warriors are becoming as easy to heal as the other class. Now the warriors in my guild have not been an issue, but those jokers live and breathe the game compared to most players. I do still run across the ones who have rage generation problems, but that may very well be inexperience.Part of WoW is the constant back and forth and I accepted a long time ago, the balance act is very hard and it will never end.Still, looking back at all the changes to classes in Cata, I still see the devs saying the exact things about the exact issues we saw in Wrath and BC.One thing I am very pleased about is the lack of PvP overshadowing PvE as it was by the end of Wrath. It got so bad that some of my long time friends just quit the game after spending months gearing and tweaking a toon only to see a patch push through to make them start the process all over again. Now THAT was not any fun at all.When I see someone raging over the changes to their class I chalk it up to immaturity and a lack of skill on how to express their frustrations. Although as much as I am looking forward to the next expansion, a small voice of doubt has me praying this will not be a SWGish amount of change to the game. So I am choosing to have faith in the folks at Blizz. They do know more about the game than me.
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