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2-17-2012 @ 7:15PM
It feels to me like many of the talents in all classes are chosen for PvP, which are then drawn-into PvE scenarios. I wonder if this is how these are designed from ground up? I PvP alot, of course, so that might be my bias reading into it. I will say this. Ever since Eclipse (Cataclysm version) made me not want to be a Boomkin anymore, there is hope again for my druid who has been hibernating this expansion.
2-17-2012 @ 7:55PM
I agree with this comment. I very much enjoyed the Wrath-style Eclipse. The Cataclysm one just felt... less fluid, clunky, less predictable? I just couldn't enjoy it the same, it didn't feel right.That said, I like some of the changes they've made in the new tree: such as mass entanglement being instant-cast, and ursol's vortex being made applied to a targeted area as opposed to yourself (thus in the previous model only making it easier for melee to get closer to you, which Moonkin will rarely if ever desire).I also heavily pvp, and these are the sort of changes that make me excited to play Balance for Mists.Now if only we could get something done about Aquatic Form...
2-17-2012 @ 9:41PM
After talking to moonkin in my guild and on realm I was thinking I was the only one that thought the new eclipse was too clunky! In making it easier for some folks somehow taking away the proc twisting made moonkin basically impossible for me to wrap my head around.My solution was changing my main for the first time since release to my hunter, until the guild needed tanks. Druid is back after 2 years in stasis, but now Bear, with a limited kitty viability since I have geared, gemmed, forged as a main tank.
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