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12-10-2011 @ 7:37PM
I really hope Blizzard either allows us to play as we did in late T11, or to fix it's issues. Since the Lunar Shower change back in 4.2 I've been annoyed to no end with Blizzards inability to know how to design our rotation properly.And I think we need a minor buff to our nukes. I don't like being #3 on the meters on the 5th boss in the new raid (forgot his name). That's just me though :)Just remember everyone -- This isn't TBC or Vanilla. We don't have to melee with our staves or suck in general anymore! Progress!
12-10-2011 @ 7:43PM
Twill, Haaaaave you seen Killer Instincts?With moonkin, it's always 2 steps forward, 1 step backward. Instead of melee'ing with our staves, they want us to melee in cat form using claw. :(
12-10-2011 @ 7:54PM
Yea but it isn't forced on it.A 30% health heal every 30 seconds for using a global to shift? That's amazing. Regaining powershifting in forms other than Moonkin Form is just added on. I've seen that talent, but I don't care, there is another talent that's amazing and thus the others don't matter.Yea it's not perfect. Having three amazing choices would be great. But we do get ONE great choice, and thus I stay saying: Look how far we've come. We aren't STUCK with Killer Instincts.
12-11-2011 @ 12:22PM
Killer Instinct / Nurturing Instinct is something that's long overdue for our class. Both paladins and shamans got a similar stat-conversion system at the start of WotLK... not Cataclysm, the expansion before that! Granted, theirs only converts from melee stats to spellpower, but maybe their getting a spell -> melee conversion too.Do you honestly sit there thinking Blizz wants balance druids to be running around in cat form doing inferior damage to their feral friends? This is just about making the melee abilities not-quite-so-pitiful and hopefully you'll occasionally have the option of melee-ing in situations where you'd otherwise be forced to do nothing at all. Or is it so scary to do something different, even just 1% of the time? Remember that resto druids get this too and for them it's pretty nice really.
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