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1-25-2012 @ 8:30AM
i'm on a different page here - the death of blood DPS leaves me sour for long, and the drama on 2H Frost just adds agony to my injuryand i agree with Heii - managing/dealing with a pet is, as quoted before, 'not everyone's cup of tea'. from my personal experience, one of the major contributing factor in PuG wipes would be pet aggro. while we always 'expect' pet classes to handle their pets well, most of the time they dont.here's what i like to see:1, since they put so much work to emphasize DW in frost - lets take it 1 step further. they either DW fast 1 handers, or 2 big 2-handers. sure, TG is a trait for Fury warriors; but i'm sure it could be rework to fit DK as well. gear competiton? with LFR being introduced, i cant see how getting weapon upgrades can be as 'punishing' as before.2, allow Blood to be a hybrid of tank and DPS, or at least a new Blood DPS tree that emphasizes on 2H. call it Onslaught, Purgation or wutever - we need a clearly defined, iconic 2H DPS spec that rings well with DK, not a psedo-rework 2H gimmick. and no offense to unholy - your playstyle simply rings more about pet management than your weapon in hand.Blood DPS was a iconic trait for DK - some may scream how 'liable' it is for raiding, or how hard it is to compete in it. but lets not forget: it was a prime choice for most DK, with survivability unparalleled by other specs; something which every DPS dk been struggling since cataclysm. i appreciate their noble effort to make 2H DPS a viable choice for DK - but honestly, that didnt happen in cataclysm. and apparently their idea of reworking Frost to be 2H savvy simply brings more frustration instead.
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