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1-06-2012 @ 7:30PM
I have to agree with this article. Some of the information I've gotten in this column about how complicated it is to play a balance druid is one of the reasons it remains a soloing spec for my druid (my main spec is resto). My elemental shaman and (to a lesser extent) my shadow priest feel much more intuitive than a balance druid, so what you're saying about TOR emulating those specs instead of balance makes perfect sense. For all the resentment some WoW fans have toward TOR, I think that WoW having a little competition is a good thing - for WoW, that is. Because it gives Blizzard a little more incentive to take a look at what works and what doesn't. Hopefully they'll take some lessons out of this and make some changes to the spec to make it less daunting to newbies.
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