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1-17-2012 @ 2:04PM
Illidan: Brings a nice buff to the party that helps you from being one shot by demons, allows you to bring down demonic portals in the palace, interrupts a nasty boss mechanic, and gives you the chance to turn into the awesome demon form like a lock. You just put up with the "GOGOGOGOGO" dialog while the tank left and you're waiting for another.Tyrande: Possibly the highest dps being able to one shot demons in any direction, brings some nice quick dps buffs with the help of Elune, and frankly lets me know when the fights almost done when she talks to Illidan.Malfurion: AFKs before the TRASH before the boss only to arrive at the end to take the credit and, in my opinion, sadly the girl. I played WC3 and he was tolerable but in WoW he came back and really kinda became a self-important dick. I think he may also be a little OP controlling elements like in Darkshore. That's a shaman thing, not a druid thing. Creating a bridge in the middle of Firelands is a druid thing. I'll grant hurricane as a spell but it still seems a little much.Thrall: He needs. An epic mount. Or some epic ghost wolf. Even if the shaman QQ for one themselves why not give them one. It has a cast time longer than a mount but for only like a 30% increase. But Thrall needs to move. Sure his totems are possibly nicer than a regular shaman's. But they don't have nearly the duration. And as the new Earth Warder trying to kill the old one, can't he lay down even a simple earthquake spell? At least in DS he mostly succeeds at keeping people from falling to their deaths. I haven't died yet. But is that seriously ALL he can do?The Dragon Aspects: They can stay. They give some good buffs, if only for one fight in a raid with 8 of them and carrying them for at least 2. Except maybe Ysera. A 50% damage buff for a few seconds that we don't even use the only platform that we have with her? But apparently she comes with the set so we deal with her.
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