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12-08-2011 @ 1:01PM
Agreed. As a balance druid myself, I'm tired of always hearing "you have to take this talent or you won't be viable". There is very little flexibility in the current system for me. The new talents will force me to make decisions now based on my play style, rather than based on maxing my DPS. I will have to choose between Typhoon (something I really like using in solo situations and PVP) vs Faeire Swarm (useful in raid and dungeons to help the melee) vs Mass Entanglement (also useful in solo and pvp and maybe dungeons as well). I will have to decide if I want to use the new Incarnation or have my Treants (which I use quite often as a "save my butt" thing when soloing sometimes or extra dps in dungeons). Of course, if they make it easy to swap out talents without having to go to a trainer to respec and/or use a reagent like we now do for glyphing, then I can see a lot of possibilities for raiding and dungeons. Let's just hope the reagents are reasonably priced. I'd hate to have to spend more gold for talent changes in a single dungeon run than the reward for doing the dungeon.These new talents will definitely stop the theory crafting as there is no one right answer any more. It will now all depend on what YOU prefer. It will be interesting to see how this all plays out.
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