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11-16-2011 @ 9:35AM
The changes to ramping will be nice, but i wish theyd go all in on that and get rid of redirect and just put combo points on us. I still feel like well be penalized more than any other class for target switching.
11-16-2011 @ 9:38AM
This 1000 times!
11-16-2011 @ 10:57AM
Enhancement shaman. They have to wait for a stick with the approximate intelligence of a, well, stick to shoot a target with a 1.5 second cast time attack FIVE times. In that time they need to get Stormstrike on the target to get more damage (waiting for the CD) and then they can use their attack which hits as hard as a finisher. They too feel your pain. I will agree, target switching sucks due to combo points, debuffs, dots on the target. If a significant amount of damage is had due to staying on the target for a while, then switching makes that spec/class do sub-par damage in the switching fights.
11-16-2011 @ 11:17AM
While this would be great in pve, it would be way too overpowered in pvp. It would be nice to give redirect a shorter cd.
11-16-2011 @ 2:01PM
@AngusLet me know when another class loses it's damaging stack on the other target when switching for 1 or 2 attacks. That's what happens to combat rogues. We lose every stack of Insight which takes about 30 seconds to get back up to full power. We get to use redirect once on a target switch, but not on the way back to the original target.Majordomo? Switch to a cat for 1 attack, lose all our stacks of Insight then or lose them when we switch back to Domo after a redirect was used on the first switch. I have come to just autoattacking (or FoK when I energy cap) the stupid cats when they're out because of the annoyance of losing my Insight every time.Last I checked, nobody else loses their stacks on the original target when switching.
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