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12-08-2011 @ 1:42PM
I wonder what precedent this sets for 6.0? A new talent every 15 levels works well for zero through 90, but what if we only see 5 more levels in 6.0? Do we not get a talent? Do they just give us one at 95 because it's the end and, if so, what happens at 7.0? Could we see 15 levels for 6.0?Where's Chromie when you need him ....
12-08-2011 @ 2:05PM
If Blizzard decides to stay with the same talent system in 6.0 and if they give us a seventh teir they will more than likely just give your talent points at different levels. so in 6.0 we can level to 95. 95-11=84 and 84/7 equals a new talent every 12 levels starting at 11 we get one tier of talents every twelve levels. We wouldn't get cool abilities at the classic levels of 60,70,80, and 85 but the break down would be something like: 11, 23, 35, 47, 59, 71, 83, and 95.
12-08-2011 @ 11:29PM
There's also the possibility - and I think it's pretty likely - that Blizzard will add one, maybe two more talent choices with the next expansion. So instead of getting 6, you get 7 or 8.Until we know how many levels we have and how many talent choices we have, I think it's a little pointless to speculate. They'll simply divide it again to whatever fits the new paradigm.
12-09-2011 @ 8:32AM
Chromie has been stated as a female by Blizzard in the official magazine.I would hope that they would build expandability into the system for the next expansion, but honestly, I expect a full talent system rebuild again, and they will deal with it then.Their stated goals with the upcoming system just isn't going to work, and it's going to be like all the other times, "We wanted to eliminate cookie-cutter builds, and other (things), but it didn't work out, so we're redoing the talent system again."
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